Welcome to the latest issue of the Legal IT Insider newsletter (July/August 2013, issue 266)

TOP STORIES INCLUDE:

Who’s in & who’s out: all the wins, deals, swapouts & rollouts from the UK, US, EMEA, APAC and Rest of the World

Aderant say best-of-breed point solutions are so 20th century – OK not quite but they are gaining traction with their own case management and CRM solutions

Liam Flanagan’s Enable venture is all systems go – we reckon their PitchPerfect pitch document creation application is a no-brainer purchase for law firms – and could their GO Legal software be the SharePoint DMS the legal market has been waiting for?

Still life in the probate software market – the clients may be dead but the profit margins are growing

Fresh on the Radar – we take a first look at LexisDraft from LexisNexis

Comment: Charles Christian says ban the word “automation” in products designed for lawyers if you hope to sell to them!

Ediscovery – you can put lipstick on a pig but it is still a pig – apparently the same goes for installed software trying to become a cloud application

Worldox say watch out world, DMS users are looking for change and we will be the next choice

Vital Statistics – it took you 44 hours to get to the UK!

Plus Five of the Best – the editor’s pick of some of the best stories from the Legal IT Insider website this month

And Dilbert’s data center is lost in the cloud

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