For firms, upgrading to the new Windows 7 operating system will be complex, but practically inevitable.
Although firms are dabbling in remote computing, few are embracing it completely, our fifteenth annual technology survey shows.
Has a well-timed update finally made Microsoft's collaboration platform a must-have?
Plenty of firms cut tech spending during the recession. Now they're paying a price in associate esteem.
Deciding whether the year's most buzzed-about gadget, the iPad, makes sense really means understanding what the device can (and can't) do well. There is a place for it in lawyers' professional lives.
Our picks for the best new gadgets from the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show. Plus, the iPad almost lives up to its hype.
At first glance, there appears to be little new in the litigation software arena. But change lurks beneath the surface.
Technical advances and pressure on travel budgets mean that videoconferencing's time has come.
Our fourteenth annual survey of technology directors.