When we all transitioned from working at home to working from home in March of 2020, that felt hard. In some ways, though, that was the easy stuff.
Now are coping with a short-term situation that has become long term. Certain operational functions – e.g., mail room, onboarding, equipment deployment and recovery, client pitches, depositions – that were well established had to be turned on their heads. We quickly identified new tools and techniques for accomplishing these tasks.
Now that the genie is out of the bottle, will we ever go back to 2019 tools and techniques? Do we want to? What does this mean for tools and technology? And the skill sets CIOs and IT teams need to develop and enhance? How do we help lawyers embrace these new tools?
Director of Information Technology, Howard Kennedy
Partner, Kelley Drye & Warren
Partner, Taft Stettinius & Hollister
Chief Information Officer, Cole Schotz
Chief Information Officer, Macfarlanes
Solicitor, Howard Kennedy
AGC and Director of the Discovery Center of Excellence, Cardinal Health