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What customers are saying about ProView
"The e-book is great! I especially like the search function which can identify phrases quickly that I am looking for across the whole range of legislation.
The download onto the iPad was quick and efficient and I had no trouble with it. I take my iPad out into the field and I can use it easily at crime scenes etc. It’s definitely the way to go."
NSW Police Officer using the Detectives Handbook 2013
"Another wonderful feature is the cross referencing, particularly in the notes as you can quickly jump to the relevant regulations etc straight from the section of the Act.
It is also great that the whole publication downloads. This means (I think) that it can be used on flights etc even when not connected to the Internet.In my view, it was well worth the extra $30."
Partner, large law firm
"I have trained users on both the iPad version and the browser version. We have appreciated the similarities between the two – it is good that they are so similar. People that I have trained have all said they will use the browser version when they are in the office and the app on their tablets when they are on the move or at home."
Librarian, Lander & Rogers
"I like the look of the eBook. The way of the future."
"The eBook is in exactly the same format as the hard copy so it feels familiar and it contains all of the same notes and commentary as the hard copy version."
Partner, large law firm
Modern Contract of Employment
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Thomson Reuters ProView in the News
Study Reveals Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in the professional services could be an IT nightmare waiting to happen
Thomson Reuters recent studies have revealed how the professional services* in Australia are using mobile devices. However, with practitioners adopting Tablets as status symbols with little IT strategy in place to cope with the technology, there could be a raft of problems on the horizon.
The eBooks Revolution
Legal publishers are embracing technology that lightens the load for lawyers
Going to court just got a whole lot easier with the introduction of eBooks to the legal profession.
Instead of carting their body weight in books and documents into court on trolleys, lawyers are able to appear with just a tablet – those same books and papers accessed with the click of a button.
Tablets to ease lawyers’ burden of proof
IT is a common sight in every law court: lawyers trundling suitcases stuffed with documents and pushing trolleys towering with folders of evidence and filings. But it may disappear into anachronism long before the wigs and robes, thanks to the iPad.
Inception of ProView
INFOGRAPHIC: Mobile Device Usage in Professional Services in Australia
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