Microsoft knew what they were doing when they introduced Office 365. It has been a game changer that has taken businesses of all sizes into the cloud – without a significant amount of pain. Office 365 is a subscription service providing access to features and services including Microsoft Office applications both online and on multiple devices. […]

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“End of life” is a daunting term, right? It’s so final, but it’s important to bring up in terms of technology – particularly Microsoft products and specifically Windows 7 and Office 2010. I’ve worked with Microsoft products for many years. This is going to age me, but I think I started on Windows NT (yikes!). […]

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Terrapin Technology has learned of a new scam that has shown up in client mailboxes. How the Scam Works The scam involves sending you an email with your current or past password (or something very close to it), and alleging they have seen you watching porn on your web browser and threatening to reveal that fact […]

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Just 10 or 15 years ago, if you said the word “subscription,” the first thing that would come to mind would be a subscription to a magazine or newspaper. Today, that’s not necessarily the case, particularly when you’re talking software. When I first joined an IT team after being in the legal secretarial ranks for […]

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It’s that time of year – next Monday is “Cyber Monday,” meaning many people (possibly your employees) will be rushing around on the Internet, quickly clicking on links to obtain great deals while holiday shopping. They will be clicking on ads, signing up for discounts and getting emails from all sorts of resellers, and yes […]

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Nathan Johanson, Joseph O’Donnell, Emilio Flores and Betty Nelson attended the Worldox Reseller Conference October 19 – 22, at the Phoenix Marriott Tempe at the Buttes. It was exciting to hear that Worldox knows how important security, mobility and collaboration are to attorneys. Worldox is finalizing a new product that will include “encryption-at-rest” technology built into the […]

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Smart phones, tablets, computers – it’s hard to imagine keeping track of our kids and getting their homework done without these tools. However, the dark side of our children having access to technology is the possibility of them seeing things they can’t “unsee” and connecting with people who could harm them. Ten years ago the […]

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With all of the daily demands at law firms, it’s easy for planning to go on the back burner. However, as the adage goes, a firm that fails to plan is planning to fail. The last thing you want is to have your firm flying by the seat of its pants and giving in to […]

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“Times have changed” is an understatement when it comes to practicing law and the introduction of cloud computing. It wasn’t long ago that law firms still had “war rooms” stacked with banker boxes filled with client documents. Fast forward to 2016, and the documents that used to be stored in those boxes are not in the office […]

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“It’s time for Spring Cleaning!” I used to cringe when my Mom said that, because I knew it meant I’d be plenty busy. Now I understand how important it is. But what I’ve learned even more recently, is that it’s a great idea to apply to technology. Once a year I set time aside to clean […]

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