June 14, 2016
The OnWindows article, “Kelley Drye & Warren adopts Microsoft Office 365,” features the firm’s adoption of Microsoft Office 365. Microsoft SharePoint Online gives attorneys and staff a single secure place to collaborate with clients. This allows for streamlined communications and the efficient delivery of legal advice to clients.
Judith Flournoy, chief information officer at Kelley Drye, said, “Working collaboratively to achieve results on behalf of clients is at the heart of Kelley Drye. Office 365 is one of the many tools we use to provide counsel in a more efficient and comprehensive manner, while better protecting data privacy and security. We no longer have to track or remember who has been sent which documents, and we don’t have to ask if a document has been reviewed because we can see who has touched it. Having so much more information readily available helps us save time.”
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