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Amicus Attorney and Wireless

I heard something interesting today from a consultant.  He was surprised that we were able to use Amicus Attorney Case Management System over a wireless network.  He says the bandwidth isn't there typically to support the use of Amicus in a wireless environment.  This might explain why we've had some problems over time with system crashes in Amicus.  This is a pretty severe strike against Amicus Attorney if in fact true given the fact that the whole world is going wireless. 

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Robert Williamson(ConstructionLaw)

The "competition" (Timematters) also crashes frequently; and I use the latest enterprise version over a network with cable not wireless connections.

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