Technology Tips, Hacks, and Solutions for the Remote Workforce
What if there were technologies to help get hours back in the day? What if there were processes and technologies that could profoundly increase productivity? These questions and more were addressed by Inc. and Lenovo at the Inc. 5000 Vision Conference.
These are the 10 hottest legal tech startups that have raised a combined $1.4 billion in VC funding
These are the 10 hottest legal tech startups that have raised a combined $1.4 billion in VC funding from investors like Bessemer Venture Partners and Andreessen Horowitz
How One Company Overcame Remote Fears to Improve Its Culture
2020 has been a sea-change year for workplaces as COVID-19 sent businesses scrambling to adjust to remote work. Some offices that had offered flexible policies were prepared for this transition.
Commentary: Retailers and COVID-19 Liabilities
It’s a confusing time for brick-and-mortar retailers as they navigate when and how to go about their daily operations under the looming specter of coronavirus.
How FedRAMP Security Authorization Can Help Federal Agencies and Businesses
With this recent achievement, Everlaw joins an exclusive group of cloud service providers in the U.S. that have achieved a FedRAMP Authorization, meaning their technology has met the FedRAMP security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring requirements for cloud products and services.
Sex, lies, and video games: Inside Roblox’s war on porn
Roblox presents itself to parents as a safe space for kids. Behind the scenes, it’s waging a technological shadow war against condo games: digital sex parties where kids are flirting with danger.
Sitting with the C-Suite: Creative Problem Solving with Legal Technology
In this video, AJ discusses the company's progress in executing on its vision. He also covers the ability of the platform to improve collaboration and communication given that the law is "inherently collaborative."
Everlaw Achieves FedRAMP Security Authorization for Government-Wide Use
Everlaw announced today that its litigation and ediscovery platform has achieved FedRAMP Authorization. The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has been securely using Everlaw since March for ediscovery, collaboration, and document review for productions, investigations, and litigation. Now, with this authorization, Everlaw's platform is one of the select few cloud-native software solutions that has met the criteria enabling any government agency to adopt its services.