Safe and Ethical Cloud Computing for Lawyers

If you have security, then use it.

The Ontario Bar Association put on a technology-oriented CLE (TechXpo) and I spoke on cloud computing with Russell Alexander, a family lawyer from Ontario.  We covered typical ground – what is “cloud computing”, what sorts of software-as-a-service applications might lawyers want to use in the cloud, and how do they …

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Divide Android App is Divine

Dividing wall with leaves

We have just switched off Lotus Notes as an e-mail platform and over to Microsoft Exchange.  Now I can synchronize my e-mail, calendar, and contacts directly to my phone.  The dark side of carrying corporate data on your personal device is that Exchange Activesync on Android may be configured to …

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Organizing Web Research with Linkwok


There are many ways to organize your research as you move across the Web.  Visual researchers will want to take a look at Linkwok.  You save your search results onto a large canvas, where you can group and create relationships between the results, add annotations, and then save and share …

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