Monthly Archives: December 2011

The Importance of IT Trainers in Law Firm Environments

Written by Geoff Zodda, Managing Director at Glenmont Group One of the more understated positions within a law firm tends to be the “Good Ole” IT Trainer. They do their respective jobs day in and day out, yet do not

Posted in Glenmont Group Articles

“We need a top ESI salesperson in NY, DC or San Francisco with a book of busines and cannot be a job hopper…”

Posted by Joe Alonzo, Director of eDiscovery/Computer Forensics at Glenmont Group Guess what? We hear this exact line nearly everyday from the eDiscovery vendor community.  Question is, how are you going to get this person? It doesn’t matter whether you’re

Posted in Insights

Trendspotting — Food Trucks and Discovery

Posted by Dana Fink, Director of Staffing Two years ago Michael Potters, CEO of the Glenmont Group, ran into the office gushing with enthusiasm. “I just saw the coolest thing, a food truck selling gourmet Cuban food in Montclair! This

Posted in Insights, Outside Articles

Get this in before the new year begins

Posted by Geoff Zodda, Managing Director, IT Staffing Services  Can’t believe it’s almost 2012. Where did 2011 go? With that being said; One piece of advice for all candidates that are looking back at the year that was and the

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How Sound Leadership Does Not a Good Company Make

Posted by Adam Weissman, Director, IT and Legal Technology at Glenmont Group For many fans of Major League Baseball, as I am, the regular season can offer as much excitement and competitive spirit as it does frustration and disheartening deflation.

Posted in Insights

“That’s the Way We Always Did It”

A few weeks ago while down at Georgetown Michael Potters was sitting with a friend of his, Dan Regard, Founder and MD of Intelligent Discovery Solutions. He shared a story that Michael found so profound he asked Dan if he wanted to Guest Blog on

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Networking and Being Memorable

Posted by Adam Malanaphy Project Coordinator, at Glenmont Group Net·work·ing –a supportive system of sharing information and services among individuals and groups having a common interest. (dictionary.com) Networking is one of the primary forces contributing to the social media movement

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