- TimeMap is a litigation tool that creates graphic chronological timelines that you
- It’s the place to record what you know about the witnesses, organizations, and
- When you create a project, Binder prompts you to synchronize it.
- These features accelerate and simplify transcript navigation.
- Strategy, Tactics and Execution: Litigation Software
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Video is rapidly transitioning from a niche interest to mainstream adoption. Last year the proportion of network traffic generated by video crossed the 50-percent threshold, a number that is projected to increase to more than 90 percent by 2013 (Cisco … Continue reading
• In addition to the traditional “online banking” service functions, the “e-mobile Bank of Communications” uses cell phone characteristics to introduce the cell phone account transfer function. The customer no longer needs to remember the excessively long bank card number … Continue reading
In addition, operations risk is significant for organizations converting from rural credit cooperatives to rural banking institutions due to a relatively large gap in development. For example, at the end of 2009, the balance of non-performing loans of rural credit … Continue reading
The Mobile Health section of the survey, which this publication is based on, was completed by a total of 112 countries (58% of all WHO Member States). Figure A2 shows the responding Member States for the Mobile Health section of … Continue reading
Raising public awareness was queried in the survey; it includes the use of health information products, games, or quiz programmes to educate people on health topics such as HIV/AIDS. These programmes are often available for download onto the mobile phone … Continue reading
Figure 5 provides an overview of the adoption of mHealth initiatives by World Bank income group. Countries in the high-income group reported the highest proportion of mHealth initiatives, and were conducting more established initiatives. In contrast, the proportion of Member … Continue reading
This report will show that: • Rather than strategic implementation, the emergence of mHealth is occurring in many Member States through experimentation with technologies in many health settings. Policy-makers and administrators need to have the necessary knowledge to make the … Continue reading
The unprecedented spread of mobile technologies as well as advancements in their innovative application to address health priorities has evolved into a new field of eHealth, known as mHealth. According to the International Telecommunication Union there are now close to … Continue reading
The use of mobile and wireless technologies to support the achievement of health objectives (mHealth) has the potential to transform the face of health service delivery across the globe. A powerful combination of factors is driving this change. These include … Continue reading