Blogging was where we began, and how we built our company so we have preserved this archive to show how our thinking developed over a decade of developing the use of social technology inside organisations


Posts with a legal theme

Social Business Transformation in Legal and Professional Services

More and more legal and professional services firms are now focusing on social business ideas as a route to greater operational efficiency and closer client relationships. We have a mature practice in this area, and here is how we might help.

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Social Networking for the Legal Profession

We are proud to announce a major new report, published in association with Ark Group, entitled Social Networking for the Legal Profession, which looks in depth at current practice in social networking and social technologies within the legal sector

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Five Things Every Legal Practice Should Know About Web 2.0

V. Mary Abraham and I ran a session at Legaltech New York earlier this month about the impact of Web2.0 technology and ideas on Law firm IT. Here is an overview and some slides from that session.

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Blogging 4 Business redux

Notes from the Headshift/SixApart session at the Blogging for Business conference in London on April 4, 2007

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Social Software as a force multiplier for existing corporate systems

Adopting social software in the enterprise does mean throwing out other systems; in fact, it can bring them to life by layering on user-generated metadata to recombine existing data in new, more flexible ways

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Paper on supporting unstructured metadata in law firms

Law firms and unstructured knowledge – towards a less top-down approach

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the e-Government gateway

Guardian online quotes sceptical constitutional expert on the desirability of a one-stop shop for e-government services

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