Pegeen Turner

Pegeen Turner
Pegeen Turner is the President of Legal Cloud Technology, a legal technology firm based in Raleigh, North Carolina. Her firm works with small and medium-sized law firms as they start-up, as well as firms that need help maintaining and integrating legal technology into their practice. In addition, she helps firms understand the risks of cloud computing and how to incorporate cloud computing into their practice. Email | Website | Twitter

The End of Windows XP – April 8, 2014

Mark your calendar. Put a tickler on your docketing system. The end of Windows XP is coming and it is closer than you think.  Microsoft will end support for Windows XP on April 8, 2014. Is your firm ready? April 8, 2014 This is big news for law firms large and small. Windows XP has been the operating system of ...

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Think Strategically About Your Resolutions

Happy New Year! The beginning of the year is a time for your firm to resolve to make some changes and stick with them throughout this year – unlike that gym membership. Consider the following five firm resolutions for the New Year: Change your passwords: Recent data security compromises at stores like Target and other security breaches involving simple passwords ...

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The End of the Year is Coming – What Equipment Should I Buy?

Now is the time of year when your firm can evaluate their equipment and make purchases that will benefit your firm into the New Year. What will give you the most bang for your buck? Here are some suggestions: Multiple Monitors – What is better than one monitor? Two monitors! Studies have proven that productivity increases 33% with an addition ...

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Is the Cloud Right for My Firm?

I am asked this question all the time. From solos to firms with 15 or 20 attorneys, the question arises – Is the cloud right for my firm? The answer is sometimes; it really depends on the firm. Cloud computing has leveled the playing field and allowed smaller law firms to compete with larger firms by using technology hosted in ...

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A New Paradigm in Technology Conferences

At the end of September, I had the opportunity to attend the first ever Clio Cloud Conference, now known as ClioCon, in beautiful downtown Chicago. As with everything Clio does, this conference was over the top. From a fantastic venue and incredible food to excellent speakers and an extraordinarily engaged audience, Clio’s first appearance in the conference arena should have ...

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I’m a Believer! Speech Recognition with Dragon

Over the years, attorneys have asked me what new technology they could use to improve their practices. The concept of speech recognition would come up frequently and be quickly dismissed. They would complain that they tried it a few years ago and it never really worked for them. It was expensive, they spent too long trying to train it to ...

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