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Spring Cleaning: How to Make Better Choices About Legal Technology

First question: Do you have a law firm budget?  If you answered ‘yes’ — then, good for you!  You’re one of the few, the proud.

Second question: When did you last review your law firm budget?  Okay: now, I can’t be sure of what your response is, but I’m pretty sure I don’t like it.
The next (first?) time you review your budget, take a close look at the line items for technology.  Chances are you’re paying too much.  If you’ve still got lots of hardware, you’re paying for it, and its maintenance.  If you’re not utilizing cloud-based technology, can you flatten your costs?  Do you use everything you have, or is there software that’s on your books that’s not on your mind?  Where do you need legitimate upgrades, and when are you buying new shiny objects,  just to have them?

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