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The Equalizer

episode summary

Cloud is the legal tech equaliser. This week Mike has a fascinating interview with special guest the Hoff – to us that’s London based certified NetDocuments partner, Paul Hoffbrand. He’s a legal tech veteran and this week shares many insights around Cloud tech, trends and NetDocuments projects.

show notes

It’s only May and NetDocuments have already received many awards this year – hear about our position in the KM World 100 Companies That Matter, our place in The National Law Journal’s latest emerging technology report and our two spots in the Techno Lawyer Newswire top 25 products of 2019!

Find out a bit about events coming up this quarter, including The Law Society In-house Division Annual Conference 2019 and Strategic Technology forum Europe. A quick heads-up around the two ndElevate events taking place in October (Utah) and November (London)…and a curious Christmas Pudding race in December….

The Interview: Get to know special guest Paul Hoffbrand, certified partner, London based legal systems and tech veteran for the last 35 years. Of course technology has changed a great deal since those days and we’ve all come a long way since the massive popularity of the IBM golf ball typewriter! Mike and Paul have a fascinating discussion about this evolution, through early Microsoft and mobile technology, moving on to the influence and impact of the Cloud in legal tech, and Cloud as today’s technology equaliser. Paul has valuable insights around Cloud’s relevance across firm size and how it allows for new competition models. They move on to overcoming potential challenges and you can hear some of Paul’s insights gained from the 100s of law firms and projects he’s been involved with.  Change can be hard but it’s worth it.

And finally, who was Bob Geary?

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