Law360, New York (July 13, 2010, 12:31 PM EDT) -- Advances in technology over the last decade have changed the way that companies communicate with customers, with clients and with each other. Rather than making phone calls or sending letters, employees today, armed with lap tops and the latest hand held devices, zip off unprecedented numbers of e-mails and text messages all vying to provide the most current information possible.
Clients now expect to be updated in "real time," and upper management demands that they be given the information necessary to make that happen.
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