Julia Forbes, Brown Rudnick LLP
In this issue of BigLaw, law firm CIO Matthew Berg reviews Esquire Innovations’ iDocID 7.0, the new version of the company’s utility for adding Document ID Numbers to Word documents. Matt covers the core functionality, advanced features, integration with document management systems such as iManage, NetDocuments, and OpenText, and much more…
iCreate Admin Webinar ~ Tuesday, November 4
The iCreate Administrator provides an easy-to-use interface for editing the iCreate database. The Administrator provided in EP2 provides even more options.
If you’re a new iCreate Administrator for your firm or just need a refresher, this webinar is for you.
Topics to be covered:
• Office and Author tables
• Templates and Template Groups
• iEncore management
Recommended attendees: iCreate Administrators
Technology Skills Audit Prep 102- Brush up your skills! ~ Tuesday, November 18
Technology (skills) audits are now being used to assess how well legal staff uses basic law practice technology, such as word processing, to complete commonly encountered legal tasks. Firms may use technology skills audits as part of annual reviews or as a way to incentivize technological efficiency and lower costs. Furthermore, strong results can be marketed to clients and improve a law firm’s bottom line. Clients may want to use the information when selecting law firms for particular types of legal work or when negotiating appropriate hourly rates. In this webinar, you will preview how iHyperstyles can minimize the time needed to finalize documents with accuracy and efficiency, while improving scores in a skills assessment.
There are several things you can do to improve your efficiency. Some techniques are as simple as how you navigate and edit a document; others are a bit more complicated like fixing headers and footers and working with tracked changes. Get more comfortable and increase your confidence with:
Topics to be covered:
• Track Changes and Comments
• Headers and Footers
• Cross References
Recommended attendees: All end-users, Attorneys, Trainers, Application Managers, and IT Directors/Managers.