On April 8, 2014, Microsoft will no longer support Windows XP, which is still in use in many law offices.
Now would be the time to start making plans to move on to the next phase of office operating systems.
Don’t hang onto this dinosaur for old time’s sake. Windows XP debuted in 2001, long before the current wave ... (full story)
Ah, Puerto Rico. Home of sandy beaches, palm trees, tropical breezes and front running e-discovery decisions.
This decision following, believe it or not, in the wake of other notable e-discovery cases, is P.R. Tel. Co. v. San Juan Cable Llc, 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 146081 (D.P.R. Oct. 7, 2013).
The defendant had issued a litiga ... (full story)
Defragging and cleaning up your computers’ disc drives is the same as changing the oil in a car—it should be done at regular intervals. But it is no secret that not everyone does this, perhaps because the utilities that perform these tasks are somewhat hidden, and there is no built-in reminder systems within Windows to ... (full story)
As of Sept. 23, 2013, HIPPA compliance began to require that particular attention be paid to electronic materials.
The Omnibus Final Rule implements several provisions that strengthen the privacy and security protections for health information, and significantly strengthens the authority of the federal government to enforce the ... (full story)
Customer Relations Management (CRM) software is used my many lawyers and law firms for the detailed tracking of clients, although a recent study found that six out of seven law firms that use CRM do not use that system to its highest capabilities.
By now, of course, most law firms have some social media presence.
Combining th ... (full story)