News & Tips for Legal IT Professionals

iManage Work 10 Feature Spotlight – Journaling

By Matt McGowan | April 13, 2018

Users who accidentally choose “replace original” when saving a document now have the ability to download the document they inadvertently overwrote without having to contact an administrator. iManage Work 10 gives administrators the ability to create backup copies of user’s documents, eliminating the need to perform work on the backend system to retrieve documents that…

Read More

Floor Support – An Essential Element of a DMS Rollout

By Sara Lamantia | April 10, 2018

While the Go Live classroom training is key to a successful DMS roll out, there is significant value in face to face interactions. That’s why, in this article, I will review the benefits of floor support as an essential phase of your DMS roll out. What is the best approach? Various organizations have rolled out…

Read More

Experienced Developers Can Easily Customize iManage Solutions

By John Heilman | March 27, 2018

At ASI, we have been able to develop and deliver customized document management solutions to our clients. iManage makes this easier by providing training, certifications and documentation tools that developers need to provide law firms the flexibility and functionality they require in their DMS. iManage provides documentation for each of the many integration points that…

Read More

DMS Victory by Avoiding 8 Common Mistakes

By Pat Giglio | March 20, 2018

Winston Churchill was right when he stated, “Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” Over Adaptive’s 20 years in the legal technology industry, we’ve seen our share of mistakes. We’ve found that the following are the eight most common DMS mistakes law firms and corporate legal departments should be sure…

Read More

The Challenge of Law Firm Technology Innovation

By Adaptive Solutions | March 15, 2018

There is no shortage of evidence to demonstrate why law firms should be more focused on technology and process innovation.  Hardly a day goes by without some focus by the legal world on the importance of innovation. The 2017 Altman Weil ‘Law Firms in Transition’ report states: “Firms that pursue thoughtful efficiency initiatives and stick…

Read More

Is Technology Leasing Right for your Law Firm?

By Chuck Davis | March 13, 2018

I am often asked by our clients, is leasing a good option for law firms funding large IT projects?  While there is not a “one size fits all” answer to this question, in many instances, leasing can be advantageous.  Some benefits that immediately come to mind include: Leasing allows the firm to hold onto more…

Read More

A Fox, Chicken and Sack of Grain

By Adaptive Solutions | March 9, 2018

Most people have heard the riddle of the fox, a chicken and a sack of grain – You must cross a river with only one of them at a time. If you leave the fox with the chicken he will eat it; if you leave the chicken with the grain he will eat it. How…

Read More

Gmail Integration for iManage Work 10

By Dean Bartholomew | March 1, 2018

iManage Work 10 Email Management for Gmail is the perfect solution for G-suite professionals to manage all email communications related to engagements, enforce security on sensitive content and easily find and share relevant information between professionals and clients without wasting valuable time. View our video below to learn about key features of iManage’s email management…

Read More

32 Bit or 64 Bit? That is the Question

By Mike Bobko | February 22, 2018

Until fairly recently the choice between a 32 bit or 64 bit application install was a fairly easy one.  While 64 bit had its advantages the idea of running a 64 bit version of a product like Microsoft Office was simply a no go.  Your preferred Document Management System typically would not integrate, your add-ins…

Read More

Blocking Built-in Applications With AppLocker

By Todd Baratz | February 15, 2018

With the new world of Windows 10 and its never-ending stream of feature updates, Microsoft has introduced a new set of “built-in” applications.  Some of these “applications” can be removed as part of an MDT or SCCM task sequence or manually from PowerShell.  However, there are some applications which Microsoft does not allow to be…

Read More

Subscribe to the ASI Blog

Get our LegalIT Tech Blog Posts in your Inbox.

Subscribe to ASI's Blog