PivotDesk launched their information service in Denver, New York, and San Francisco to help connect startups with host companies with office space to spare.
Legal Technology Staffing reports that the General Services Administration awarded the professional search, staffing, and consulting business with a Federal Supply Schedule Contract for information technology equipment, software, and services that allows federal, state, county, and municipal government agencies to quickly access LTS staffing and professional services.
Bellefield has announced that their mobile time-entry app is now available for BlackBerry 10.
Orion Law Management Systems has announced a new integration between its collection module and PayPros Legal to allow Orion customers to accept credit card payments from clients.
Users of WorkSite Exporter, DocAuto's software to export documents from document management system HP Autonomy iManage WorkSite, can now access it as a stand-alone application.
Tampa, Fla.-based Accusoft upgraded its JPEG photo file reduction service to integrate with cloud-based file storage service Dropbox.
InMage Systems Inc. announced the launch of version 7 of Scout, its enterprise backup and disaster recovery software for physical and virtual servers running in Windows, Linux, and Unix environments.
Suffolk University Law School launches a new technology institute, and Google chooses professor Andrew Perlman to test drive Google Glass the futuristic specs outfitted with a small computer screen, a camera, and an internet connection.
Foxit Corp. announced Tuesday an upgraded version of its PDF reader, Foxit Reader 6.0, now available in a consumer and an enterprise edition for PDF creation, reading, and annotation.
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