Most organizations have adapted to the new normal of supporting employee-owned devices and providing the tools necessary for lawyers and staff to work when away from the office. As more people make the transition to working remotely more than in a traditional office, there are implications that need to be addressed. We had three of your ILTA peers share their thoughts on how to make a remote workforce really work. You can read the article that includes all three perspectives in the Fall 2015 edition of Peer to Peer. Here is the full interview with Paul Wittekind, ‎Director of Information Technology Services at Porzio Bromberg & Newman P.C.

Most organizations have adapted to the new normal of supporting employee-owned devices and providing the tools necessary for lawyers and staff to work when away from the office. As more people make the transition to working remotely more than in a traditional office, there are implications that need to be addressed. We had three of your ILTA peers share their thoughts on how to make a remote workforce really work. You can read the article that includes all three perspectives in the Fall 2015 edition of Peer to Peer. Here is the full interview with Sandy Mikita, Information Technology Project Manager at Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC.

Most organizations have adapted to the new normal of supporting employee-owned devices and providing the tools necessary for lawyers and staff to work when away from the office. As more people make the transition to working remotely more than in a traditional office, there are implications that need to be addressed. We had three of your ILTA peers share their thoughts on how to make a remote workforce really work. You can read the article that includes all three perspectives in the Fall 2015 edition of Peer to Peer. Here is the full interview with Andy Jurczyk, Chief Information Officer at Seyfarth Shaw LLP.

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Communication is the imparting or exchange of information, and technology has transformed these exchanges, making them easier, more collaborative and increasingly dynamic. However, not all communications technologies are adopted quickly, and some never make it to the floor. Some of those that have taken off have been dubbed "disruptive," i.e., they've created a new market and affected or displaced earlier technology. What disruptive communications technologies have landed in legal, and what additional changes can we expect? ILTA interviewed thought leaders from the member and vendor communities to get their insight in this area. Hear Rick Varju's interview on the podcast below.

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Communication is the imparting or exchange of information, and technology has transformed these exchanges, making them easier, more collaborative and increasingly dynamic. However, not all communications technologies are adopted quickly, and some never make it to the floor. Some of those that have taken off have been dubbed "disruptive," i.e., they've created a new market and affected or displaced earlier technology. What disruptive communications technologies have landed in legal, and what additional changes can we expect? ILTA interviewed thought leaders from the member and vendor communities to get their insight in this area. Hear Donald Sternfeld's interview on the podcast below.

Visit the ILTA website to hear each participant's interview.

Communication is the imparting or exchange of information, and technology has transformed these exchanges, making them easier, more collaborative and increasingly dynamic. However, not all communications technologies are adopted quickly, and some never make it to the floor. Some of those that have taken off have been dubbed "disruptive," i.e., they've created a new market and affected or displaced earlier technology. What disruptive communications technologies have landed in legal, and what additional changes can we expect? ILTA interviewed thought leaders from the member and vendor communities to get their insight in this area. Hear Mike Russell's interview on the podcast below.

Visit the ILTA website to hear each participant's interview.

Communication is the imparting or exchange of information, and technology has transformed these exchanges, making them easier, more collaborative and increasingly dynamic. However, not all communications technologies are adopted quickly, and some never make it to the floor. Some of those that have taken off have been dubbed "disruptive," i.e., they've created a new market and affected or displaced earlier technology. What disruptive communications technologies have landed in legal, and what additional changes can we expect? ILTA interviewed thought leaders from the member and vendor communities to get their insight in this area. Hear Dean Leung's interview on the podcast below.

Visit the ILTA website to hear each participant's interview.

Listen to this monthly series of podcasts from the Emerging Technologies Peer Group.

Each month Lance Rea and Mark Manoukian have a conversation with the peer group of the month. This month's spotlight is on the Communication Technologies Peer Group. Trevor Werner, Manager Telecommunications at Fish & Richardson P.C. and Luke Schnoebelen, Technical Training Facilitator at Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P.  talk about issues and initiatives in the Communication Technologies space. Format is conversational and touches on a number of different topics.

As we advance another year with the Law2020® initiative, we can’t help but notice that things keep evolving. Some ideas we thought would take years to mature have reached fruition and others have gone by the wayside. This year gives us a great opportunity to do a status check on what has changed, what is moving forward as expected and what new ideas organizations should keep in mind. Several ILTA members from around the globe recently sat down at a virtual roundtable to discuss their insight in these areas. Our interview with Peter Campbell can be heard in its entirety on the accompanying podcast.

Visit the ILTA website to hear each participant's interview.

As we advance another year with the Law2020® initiative, we can’t help but notice that things keep evolving. Some ideas we thought would take years to mature have reached fruition and others have gone by the wayside. This year gives us a great opportunity to do a status check on what has changed, what is moving forward as expected and what new ideas organizations should keep in mind. Several ILTA members from around the globe recently sat down at a virtual roundtable to discuss their insight in these areas. Our interview with Gareth Ash can be heard in its entirety on the accompanying podcast.

Visit the ILTA website to hear each participant's interview.

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