Is There Safety in Mobile?

The challenges of securing mobile while supporting the anytime, anywhere workforce Mobility in the workplace is no longer just a concept or a talking point. For legal professionals, the use of smartphones and tablets have become ingrained into our way of working. Whether traveling, accessing information quickly when away from the desk or just checking in on the status of matters after-hours, for many of us, the use of handheld devices for professional purposes is not simply routine but required.
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Operational Opportunities of Reporting

Legal Sees Potential in Data—Yet Some Remain Unsure What That Potential Is   A legal organization has a number of essential functions, and reporting is most assuredly one of them. In fact, the data streams and visualization methods we create to frame and understand complex legal practices and their impact represent the most tangible outputs organizations use to gauge the progress and success of operations. In essence, reporting is the lifeblood to making more informed and sound business decisions.
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Insights Poll: The Process Stakes Have Been Raised

Spend Management Has Become Table Stakes – Process May Now Be Taking Center Stage When it comes to analytics, the legal ecosystem as a whole spends an amazing amount of energy on understanding spend. In fact, Hyperion Research has found that 98% of legal organizations report on and consume spend management metrics; it is by far the most prolific and mature metric in legal. However, Hyperion’s recent polling produced a surprising insight: when asked about what metric they deemed most relevant, only 9% of legal operations managers reported spend management. Is this some sort of cognitive dissonance?
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Insights Poll: When It Comes To Content Security, How Sure Is Sure?

Can confidence breed complacency? The recent news about the “Panama Papers” fiasco has many of us who work in legal concerned—again—with issues of content security. This most recent scenario, in which 11.5 million documents and 2.6 terabytes of data related to the super-secretive world of offshore banking found their way from a Panamanian law firm and into the public eye, only serves to highlight the sensitive nature of legal work – and the constant vigilance required to protect legal work product.
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The Growth of Process Automation in IP Management

Intellectual property groups typically rely on “docketing systems” as the central resource for managing task assignments, deadlines and other case-related information. While traditional docketing systems provide important country rules and PTO procedures, these systems tend to be limited to their workflow capabilities, including the ability to automate processes across the IPM lifecycle or to meet unique client-defined requirements.
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Announcing the 2016 IP Operations Survey!

Hyperion Research is pleased to announce the opening of the 2016 Intellectual Property Management Survey  This survey is focused on understanding the prevailing trends in IP operations, including investment, values and priorities in Intellectual Property Management (IPM) capabilities. We're looking at how IP professionals and attorneys are implementing, using and getting the most out of Intellectual Property Management, and what capabilities they value and prioritize most.
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Optimizing Your Global Legal Team

Are you leading a global team or is your team just global? As leaders make the leap from national or regional status to establishing a global presence, their challenge is to maintain their companies’ core identity and culture while supporting the inevitable mix of growth and talent.
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Hyperion Announces 2016 Update to ECM MarketView Report

Hyperion is pleased to announce the publication of the 2016 Update to it's widely acclaimed MarketViewTM Report:  Enterprise Content Management for Legal.  Hyperion's MarketViewTM process seeks to update the Solution Landscape and related research and assessments for each of our Research Segments on a rolling 12-to-18 month cycle.
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Pushing the Boundaries: The Hybrid Cloud and Wireless ECM

The tension between keeping data “behind the firewall” and making it externally available is particularly acute in the context of ECM.  Recently popular “hybrid cloud” solutions describe a deployment strategy in which an organization uses both on-premises architecture and cloud-based components (either dedicated or third-party hosted).
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Using Content Management to Build an Enterprise Ecosystem

Closely associated with the effort to maximize ECM adoption is the desire to satisfy a growing appetite for integrations to third-party productivity and practice-management software and systems. These integrations go further than plug-ins and add-ons to Microsoft Outlook and the Microsoft Office suite – which all of the advanced ECM solution providers in this space now offer as a matter of course.  The ability to drag-and-drop or profile content to the DMS through Outlook, Word and the other Office programs is no longer an alluring differentiator – it is an expected standard.
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