Cisco has announced that Minter Ellison, one of the largest full-service law firms in the Asia Pacific region, has selected Cisco technology to improve business video-based collaboration and knowledge sharing across its more than 290 partners and 1,000 legal staff in Australia, Hong Kong, the People’s Republic of China, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

“A key focus for us is to ensure that all our people – regardless of which office they are located in – are seamlessly integrated and working as ‘One Firm’ to deliver a superior client experience.  With Cisco business video and data centre virtualisation technology, we’re making it easier for them to connect, collaborate and share information across the whole of the firm for the benefit of our clients,” said Peter Westerveld, Minter Ellison’s CIO.

As a key adviser to leading multinationals and Fortune 500 companies and government organisations, success for Minter Ellison depends on the firm’s ability to tap into the wealth of experience and expertise of its lawyers around the world and across multiple time-zones to deliver results.  The network technologies that the firm has chosen to help it facilitate this real-time global collaboration include: 
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