Concluding the series on IMPLEMENTING DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT FOR A LAW FIRM.

Integration with Other Products Make sure that the proposed document management program will integrate not only with Microsoft Office but Acrobat, various scanning products, or other specialized programs. If the program does not natively integrate, can integration be easily added? Integration with E-mail Client-related e-mails sent or received by various people in the firm should […]

IMPLEMENTING DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT FOR A LAW FIRM. Part 2

Continued from Part 1. Plan, Plan, Plan Once you have a list, how exactly do you want the system to work? Do different practice areas/departments require different settings or levels of security? Generally speaking from one to three profiles (containing basic information about the document) suffice to meet the needs of most firms. This is […]

IMPLEMENTING DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT FOR A LAW FIRM. Part 1

There are no hard and fast rules when implementing a document management system, although experience shows that some configurations tend to work better than others for most firms. Therefore I will focus on some general guidelines based on my experience as a consultant with document management systems. What Do You Want to Accomplish? Most vendors […]

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER BASED TEST (CBT)

DefinitionComputer based testing is the administration of an examination in fixed or adaptive formats using the power of a computer. Over the past four decades, there has been incremental growth in computer-based testing (CBT) as a viable alternative to paper-and-pencil testing. IntroductionToday, CBT is a broad-based industry that encompasses a large variety of assessment types, […]