21 March 2024 – Moving from the Desktop to the Web: A Discussion

Join us for an open discussion about Microsoft Office moving from the desktop to the web. On March 21st we are going to discuss your queries, share experiences, and consider best approaches to topics such as: OneDrive Co-authoring Security Microsoft advertising to our users Your challenges. Your successes. This will …

February 2024 – On-boarding

We’re so grateful to Heather Morrow for sharing some of her tips for success (gained over an impressive 25 years of experience) for on-boarding new employees. From the best way to provide a welcome, to technology and equipment recommendation, checklists, and automated follow-up emails; find out what her team are …

7 February 2024 – Onboarding and Standard Styles Review

Join us for our first event of 2024: On February 7th we will be hosting an event covering two topics that are very important to many in our community. This will be a virtual event available to our international community, with the time scheduled as follows: – 8:00 am to …

Law Firm Risk Management: The Safe and Effective Use of Artificial Intelligence

In November we welcomed two partners from Kingsley Napley; Jessica Clay – a partner in the Regulatory team, and Emily Carter – a partner in the Public Law team to speak with us about the implications of using Artificial Intelligence.

Document Excellence Day 2023 – Accessibility and Adaptability

Event write up by Terry Ponsford, regular attendee When I saw the title for the day’s event, and the list of speakers, I wasn’t too sure what to expect. Attending in person proved to be a really good decision, but for those who couldn’t, virtual attendance was also an option.

Accessibility Resources

Our Document Excellence Day panellists – Rachel Baiden and Gill Garrod (Squire Patton Boggs), and Chloe Parfitt and Sally Short (Burges Salmon) outlined the approaches their organisations have taken to adopt changes to improve accessibility.  They also shared some helpful resources, which we’re delighted to be able to pass on …