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Slow and Steady Wins the Race

By Clara Lillig-Wilshire | June 4, 2019

In the planning stages of a cloud migration, many clients tend to place urgency on the timeline and rush through to the cut-over weekend. This ends up making the project take longer in the end, and you wind up spending time fixing issues that weren’t caught in the testing process because it was rushed. Try…

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iManage ConnectLive 2019 and Change Management

By Laura LiVecchi | May 17, 2019

iManage ConnectLive 2019 was a great success and I heard great feedback from fellow partners and clients alike. The sessions provided much anticipated information on roadmaps and technical innovations. As a project manager, my focus was on the execution side, so I the sessions I attended focused on case studies, planning and implementation. I found…

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What is Information Governance?

By Sara Singletary | April 19, 2019

What is Information Governance (IG)? An organization’s information is an asset and as such requires management to ensure its accountability, protection, and integrity. Information governance is an organization’s plan of policies and procedures for managing its information. An IG program will vary from organization to organization, but should start by establishing a formal framework around…

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The value of training employees on new technologies

By Monica Jenkins | April 4, 2019

Law firms continue to increase spending on new technologies year after year.  An often-overlooked key component is training.  In order to maximize user adoption which ultimately impacts productivity employees need proper training.    What about new employees who come on board or additional modules that are purchased after the initial implementation? It is imperative to have a training program in place to accommodate these…

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How to maximize your productivity using iManage Work 10

By Beth Thompson | March 12, 2019

The one thing we all have in common is the fact that we only have 24 hours in a day. How we use this time is what can set us apart. As Henry David Thoreau said, “The true price of anything you do is the amount of time you exchange for it.” Time is a…

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How to Build an Effective Project Team

By Laura LiVecchi | February 21, 2019

How to Build an Effective Project Team As a project manager, it is often our responsibility to define the team members who will execute the project. However, it is always our responsibility to manage an effective and successful project team.  There are some ground rules to follow to ensure you can deliver on that responsibility:…

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End of support for SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2

By Todd Baratz | February 6, 2019

On July 9, 2019 support ends for SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2.  On January 14, 2020 support will end for Server 2008 and 2008 R2. Are you still running any production workloads on these two vulnerable products?  If you are, what’s your plan for migrating to a supported platform prior to end of support? …

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Spotlight on performing an iManage Health Check

By Joe Aurite | January 23, 2019

As many firms consider the possibilities of upgrading to Work 10, what comes into question is the current state of their iManage environment and is it truly ready for this move. When was the last time you took a detailed look into your current iManage environment and Database? Today we will take a high-level look…

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What’s New in iManage Work 10.2?

By Chuck Davis | January 4, 2019

The developers at iManage continue to enhance the Work product line at the speed of light. Having already completed our own internal upgrade to the 10.2 platform, I wanted to share a few new and noteworthy features which I truly enjoy and make life easier for busy professionals. Sorting.  While the original iManage Work Professional…

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The Mysterious Disappearing Outlook Desktop Alerts

By Mike Bobko | December 20, 2018

A recurring issue we have encountered at several of our clients is that of Outlook desktop alerts which suddenly stop firing.  As you can imagine this leaves users frustrated and could lead to missed deadlines and less than optimal communications.  While not exhaustive here are a couple of tips to identify the root cause of…

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