With stay-at-home and social-distancing orders becoming more prevalent by the day, it’s clear that not only our personal lives, but our professional lives have been markedly affected. Many law firms have the technology and processes in place to allow their staff to work from home, but when it comes to the people working at home themselves, there can be challenges.

Attorneys and others in the legal profession are naturally driven to be engaged with clients and co-workers. But many are used to primarily doing this engagement face-to-face. So right now, how can remote attorneys and workers use technology to feel like they’re still being engaged as they want to be?

Read the full article that was published on Law.com’s LegalTech News’ website by Zach Warren and featuring Keno Kozie’s Eli Nussbaum.

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The IT Managed Services and Keno Kozie business congratulates HBR Consulting on its agreement with Renovus Capital, effective November 10, 2022, resulting in the separation of HBR’s Advisory business from us. Read more details in HBR’s press release.

We are excited about the opportunity to independently focus on our IT Managed Services and Keno Kozie clients and our core technology-related strengths. As part of this transition, we are reviewing our go-forward branding – watch for more news in the coming months!