Software

Foley & Lardner LLP announced that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) awarded a $208 million contract to the firm for Intellectual Property services for up to 10 years. Beginning this month, the firm will be responsible for performing contested proceedings work in the areas...

The LA City Council voted unanimously to “Go Google,” approving a $7.25 million contract to outsource the city's e-mail system to Google's cloud and transition some 30,000 city employees to the cloud over the coming year. This approval mark is significant for the city of...

How enterprise software giants separate you from more of your company's money? Here's how the software business really works: A software company charges your firm an enormous upfront licensing fee and locks you into escalating costs for decades to come, often using a set of...

Two recent studies look at the use of collaboration technologies in the workplace, including Forrester's “The State Of Workforce Technology Adoption: US Benchmark 2009” and Frost & Sullivan's “Meetings Around the World II: Charting the Course of Advanced Collaboration.” Both reports have great stories to...

To cope with this increasing workload at a time of shrinking budgets, legal departments are doing what other areas like sales, finance and human resources did long ago: namely, leveraging technology. Previously they may have relied on service providers offering expensive white-glove service, now they...

The majority of Wisconsin - based technology vendors executives who responded to a recent survey rate Wisconsin's economy as poor or only fair, perceptions about the state's economy amongst those executives shifted positively from the second quarter to the third quarter. The survey did not...