The Wireless AlternativeBy Todd FlamingJune 2003Column, Page 309Wireless networking has come into its own, and it might be right for you and your firm.
“UCITA” spells “anti-consumer”?By Helen W. GunnarssonApril 2003Lawpulse, Page 162Adoption of the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act would stack the deck in favor of software manufacturers and against the buying public, critics say.
The Virtual CourtroomBy Loren GoldenNovember 2002Column, Page 576Continuing on with my ongoing discussion regarding my theme of "Back to the Future," this President's Page will address the ISBA's efforts to make the lawyer's professional life more efficient, more cost effective, more profitable, more client friendly and, yes, more pleasurable.
Creating a Small Office Network, Part IIBy Todd H. FlamingOctober 2002Column, Page 553Here's the hardware and software you need to network the computers in your office and increase your efficiency and productivity.
Have You Hugged Your Backup Lately?By Paul SullivanSeptember 2002Column, Page 489It's not a matter of whether you'll have a computer failure but when. Here's how to tell whether your backup system is up to snuff.
Is E-mail Subject to the Open Meetings Act?By Helen W. GunnarssonSeptember 2002Lawpulse, Page 448Some e-mail exchanges between public board members might constitute meetings and thus implicate the Open Meetings Act.
2002 Spring Session RoundupBy Jim CovingtonAugust 2002Column, Page 398A revamped Uniform Partnership Act and new sex-abuse reporting requirements by clergy are among the many bills awaiting Gov. Ryan's signature at press time.
Creating a Small-Office Network, Part 1By Todd FlamingAugust 2002Column, Page 425Small-firm computing is no longer about which computer to buy; even the basic models are powerful enough. Now it's about how to set up a network that lets you share programs and files.
Legislation makes changes to criminal laws involving computer technology P.A. 92-0175July 2002Illinois Law Update, Page 344New legislation signed into law by Gov. George H. Ryan helps in the fight against the spread of child pornography on the Internet and identifies the crime of cyberstalking. Public Act 92-0175 mandates the forfeiture of any computer containing a depiction of child pornography in any encoded or decoded format.