Microsoft Teams has been a dream toolset for many in the legal sector. A new report looks into how firms can get the most out of their deployment.
March of last year saw organizations around the world accelerating their adoption of digital collaboration tools – for very clear reasons. Suddenly firms needed platforms that could keep everyone working effectively and collaboratively in physical isolation.
Microsoft Teams quickly became the solution of choice in the legal world. Teams provides rich collaboration capabilities designed to improve matter delivery and organization. Law firms can co-author documents in real time with both internal and external users. Teams integrates expertly with case management software.
For law firms however, fully maximizing their Microsoft Teams deployment requires a considered approach. The latest Briefing report, published by Burlington Media Group, took a deep dive into what’s involved for the legal industry.
Speaking with IT decision makers at firms including Pinsent Masons, Kennedys, Nelson Mullins, Norton Rose Fulbright, DWF and Irwin Mitchell, Briefing asked CIOs about their integrations with Teams and what key insights they had picked up along the journey.
Legal tech vendors such as iManage, Aderant, Intapp, LexisNexis, Morae – and ourselves at LoopUp – also provided recommendations and advice on how to get the rollout right for each organization.
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