Using cloud computing to improve client experience in the legal sector
Video length: 4 mins 1 sec
This year e-know.net were keen to gauge the latest views and thinking on how client experience is changing in the legal sector and how cloud computing can help. What better place to do this than at ‘LawTech Futures 2014 – The Future of Legal Technology’ where over 800 delegates from solicitors and barristers to technology experts gathered at the QE11 conference centre in London.
Here’s some of the great and the good who gave us their insight and advice – along with their top-rated cloud computing apps for the future: Charles Christian, editor of Legal IT Insider; Frank Jennings, cloud lawyer & Chair of the Cloud Industry Forum's Code of Practice Board at DMH Stallard; Dean Mostert, head of IT at Stephen Scown Solicitors; LawTech 2014 keynote speaker, Patrick Hurley, vice-president of global expansion at Thomson Reuters Elite; Charles Stringer, finance & technology director at Keystone Law; Steve Latter, director at Big Hand; Dan Wales, DW Reporting, Julian Jackson at Kindleworth, Pam Kenworthy at Lexacom, Clinton Fitch, Advanced Applications manager at ShoreTel and our CEO, Nigel Redwood.