James Lo, a client success consultant at HighQ, writes for Above the Law to extol the virtues of digital workplaces, which he says are “answering the demand for a better way to work, by providing a single platform to manage content, people, and applications.” They are, he says, helping firms meet the expectation from “lawyers, clients and business users alike” that the legal technology used in the workplace will be as “useful, intuitive and user-friendly as what they are already using at home on a day-to-day basis.” Digital transformation is key to paving the way for digital workplaces, he adds, with that transformation affecting both the culture and technology in law firms to help deliver more value to clients.
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