Collaborative Firm 2: Multi-User Chat

In the second post in the Collaborative Law Firm Series of posts over on Justia’s Legal Marketing & Technology Blog, I expand on the previous topic of instant messaging services to focus on services for chatting with groups of people at once.

In this article I review Slack, Stride/HipChat, Flock, and Chanty. I also discuss using your existing Instant Messaging services as a multi-user chat with Google Hangouts Chat and Skype for Business. And finally, as before I give you a self-hosted option by talking about running your own Internet Relay Chat (IRC) service on a local server.

Check out the article for my findings.

Posted in: Work, Writing, and Tech
Tagged: Justia, Onward Blog, and Collaborative Firm Series

Nick Moline

Senior Software Engineer at Justia, Tech Wizard for Harry Potter Lexicon, Theatre Sound Designer.

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