In any law firm, big data comes from a range of different sources. Client files, archives, timesheet and billing systems each contain large amounts of information. Externally, there are case law databases, social media networks, research papers and media reports.
- Ian Grayson
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Ian Grayson is a freelance technology journalist who has been reporting on the IT industry for more than 20 years.
Former IT editor of The Australian newspaper, he writes regularly for a range of publications and news outlets.View more by Ian
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