I was in a Skype chat early this morning when the people at the company on the other end found that staff were opening a very unusual e-mail. The chaos that ensued reflected a lack of preparedness and a misunderstanding … Read more
An infected Microsoft Word document arrived in my inbox the other day. It was a reminder that, while technology is an enabler, lawyers need to have a mindset that understands technology’s limitations.
The Word document was attached to an e-mail.… Read more
Microsoft dominates the e-mail software world. Outlook is an outstanding program and is substantially enhanced when used well with Microsoft Exchange servers. But without that Exchange connection, an open source application like Mozilla’s Thunderbird can provide just as much e-mail … Read more
One of the benefits of an Android tablet is being able to compose email almost as easily as if I was at a PC. I have a number of e-mail accounts and was happily using Google’s GMail app up until … Read more
This is the paper I wrote for the 2016 Ontario Bar Association TechXpo. It covers what I think are essential or useful apps for lawyers practicing on the go. Most of them have little to do with the law, and … Read more