Law Technology News
June 2002
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Editor's Note

Monica Bay AFTER a long winter lull, it seems that legal technology has caught absolute fire again. My inbox is swollen with new releases, new products, new hires, new companies, new services, new acronyms.

Most noticeable: an explosion of new "electronic data discovery" products and services -- watch for more on this topic in coming issues.

In this issue, we focus on some long-simmering trends: changes in video teleconferencing technology; imaging; and messaging. These product lines seem to have gained momentum in the post-Sept. 11 days, perhaps because so many of us are trying to minimize our travel schedules, both to avoid airport security hassles, and to have more "quality" time with family and friends. Speaking of which, it's summer! So head to that beach, at least for a day or two! I plan to do the same!

Cordially,

Monica Bay

Monica Bay Editor-in-Chief

Inside
Editor's Note
Publisher's Report
Letters



Compare & Contrast
Instant Messaging Wars
Imaging Technology
I.T.@Baker & Mckenzie
People
Quick Takes
Second Opinions
Small & Home Office
Snap Shot: Albert Barsocchini
Tech Circuit
Technology On Trial
Video Conferencing
Web Bookmarks
Web Watch



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Client Roster
Court Docket
Document Management
Frontlines
Litigation Support
Mac Corner
Mail Call
Networking & Storage
Office Gear
Partnerships & Alliances
Portable Office
Practice Tools
Security Checkpoint
Spotlight: Upgrades
Utilities Roundup
Web Works



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