In the innovative, meticulous world of law, attorneys are expected to have it all and do it all. An attorney’s success relies on more than just sheer legal knowledge and ability – firms are looking at a variety of attributes amongst its newer attorneys that they can’t get from a book.
Here’s is our second blog post in the three-part mini-series “How to Dictate“. Read more about the shift from typing to talking.
These days, you’d be hard-pressed to find someone who’s not using a smartphone. On top of that, as apps like Siri and Cortana get more sophisticated, more and more of […]
Introduction to a three-part mini-series about “How to Dictate”. Enjoy!
This is an introductory educational style series for beginners to learn about voice related business systems. The objective is to start at the most basic level and progress steadily into […]
Between the recent, multi-country spread of the WannaCry ransomware attack in May 2017, to the smaller but no less disruptive Petya, or NotPetya, attacks in June 2017, organizations all over […]
Everyone has said this at least once: “I wish there was more time in the day.” How many times have you looked up at 5 o’ clock and thought, “Where […]
Picture this: you’re in your car, and your last meeting ran long, so you’re running a few minutes behind. In your head, you are cycling through a list of everything […]
It’s not only easier to talk than type, it’s also much faster. In fact, research* has found that speaking is seven times faster than typing. Although the study is somewhat […]
Consumers and professionals ditching keyboards for voice technology We’re big believers in everyone using the power of their voice instead of typing to get more done is less time and […]