"Collaborative Tools" (aka Software) For Lawyers
September 3, 2015
Software products designed to help groups of people collaborate continue to proliferate, and potential users can find it hard to tell in advance whether the cost of a product, not so much financial as in time and effort it will take to learn it, will be worth the benefit in terms of productive innovation and convenience. Or whether it might be a case of a solution to a problem that either doesn’t exist or can be solved with a couple of phone calls. This post will be useful for anyone trying to sort through the options. Six expert consultants and manager-practitioners report on what products they have found most useful. Some you probably have heard of, like Google Docs and Slack. Others are more obscure, but the writers make a convincing case these are tools worth trying.
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