DP Insider Blog

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Seven Reasons You Should be Using ProSuite™ for Your Conveyancing in BC
Client expectations always seem to be creeping upward as people get used to new technologies smoothing other parts of their lives. Striking the right balance between meeting those expectations while...
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Three Technology Practices Modern Law Offices Rely On
Law practices, working in an environment of increasing complexity and client expectations, are turning to technology for improved efficiency and productivity. As new legal tools are developed, it can be...
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How to Build a Personalized Stress Management Plan
We’re never going to be entirely stress-free, but we can aim to keep it under control and limit its negative effects on our health. With the busy season right around...
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What’s Your Backup Plan?
If you came into work tomorrow and your computer simply wouldn’t boot up, what would you do? Planning ahead for this exact situation is what World Backup Day, March 31,...
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Crowdsourced Data: Why Thousands of Heads Are Better Than One
How often have you searched for something online and ended up finding the answer on Wikipedia? This is a great example of crowdsourced data at work. Technology is making it...
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How to Stay Active When You Sit at a Desk All Day
Sit less, move more. That’s become the advice various organizations, from our federal government to the Canadian Cancer Society, are encouraging us to do. As more of us spend our...
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The Conveyancer® is Retiring – The Top 5 Things to Know About Unity®
After 30 years of faithful and award-winning service, The Conveyancer® is retiring and Unity® is set to take its place. Fast and web-based, Unity is built on the rock-solid foundation...
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Three Timesaving Tricks for ProSuite™
The busy real estate season is just around the corner and we’re here to help you get ready with the right tools. ProSuite™ offers many timesaving features and knowing about...
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Finding and Keeping the Best Staff
Replacing a great employee is more expensive than retaining one but ask by how much and people are no longer so certain. In fact, a general rule of thumb is...