Here are a few things that you may be interested in, none of which would fill an entire column:
Another secure flash drive company has chanced upon my path, this one from Kanguru (so, as a Buddhist, I will always give props to any company name with “guru” in it).
Kanguru has supplied secure media to businesses, the ... (full story)
Throughout the last few years, it has been possible to use cloud computing for various parts of a law practice. At the same time, that often required either using a cloud software package that did not completely meet expectations, running the firm’s oqn servers, or piecemealing several packages together, with the attendant con ... (full story)
Your phone or tablet are always with you. And yet, you wait until you get back to the office to do your dictation, or you use a separate recorder to create your notes.
Well, there are a few good dictation apps for your phone.
At optimal use, they can even be used in conjunction with transcription programs, so that you can tal ... (full story)
You are taking a USB drive full of sensitive documents to a meeting.
You stop at Angel Falls to coffee up in preparation.
You lose the drive, which is a USB 2.0 unsecure thumb drive.
You get fired.
You lose the drive, which is a new, secure USB 3.o drive.
You are a hero(ine).
It is now possible to comple ... (full story)
In a series of surprise statistics (at least to me—you may not be so surprised), 40 percent of small law firms do not have websites, according to data compiled by legal software maker Rocket Matter from several different surveys.
This is in spite of the fact that 35 percent start their search for legal services on the Inter ... (full story)