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Avoid these fatal mistakes in introducing Document Management
Avoid these fatal mistakes in introducing Document Management

To an enthusiastic project sponsor, it can seem like Document Management and Email Management software will sell themselves within a law firm or corporate law department. You might be tempted to install the software on everyone’s desktop and expect everyone to leap into using it. Why DMS is fabulous After all, what’s not to love?…

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User Scenarios and Use Cases
User Scenarios and Use Cases

Use cases and user scenarios:¬†These design constructs are a long-time favourite in the Cersys project toolbox. The origin lies in larger-scale software development – early 1990’s – and we now apply them to consultation for software configuration and customization for our customers in the legal vertical. ¬†They sound impressive and helpful, but what does it…

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Top iManage Design and Training posts – Q3 2012
Top iManage Design and Training posts – Q3 2012

As the Cersys Blog settles into its new home within cersys.ca, let’s take a look back at our most popular blog topics in the third quarter of 2012. Troubleshooting This was the runaway favourite topic, with the following quartet of articles within the top-ten posts. FileSite Missing Pieces – desktop troubleshooting¬†– this is a compilation…

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Personal Files – a WorkSite Workspace for everyone and everything

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a document within a Matter Centric DMS must be stored in a single workspace, and that each workspace is in need of exactly one Matter number. (Hat-tip to Jane Austen.) No document without a workspace is a fine aphorism to apply to the management of documents for law…

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