The newsletter of the ISBA's Standing Committee on Legal Technology
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Built like a tank
If you are looking for a backup drive to protect your data against theft, natural or manmade disasters, the ioSafe Solo or SoloPRO drives is a great option.
Document assembly software 101
An overview of software that autmates document creation, and the wide variety of providers offering different products with various capabilities.
Good to be a Googler
A Googler is defined as an employee of Google. If you are a Geek and fortunate enough to land a job at Google, you have made it to Geek Heaven.
Legal research advances
It is indisputable that technology has become a necessity in legal research. As technology advances it is exciting to imagine how it will further affect legal research.
Managed services may improve a firm’s technology investment
Through utilization of current technology and managing hardware and support resources, a managed service offering can deliver high-quality, well-integrated technology at high level of service with a known monthly cost, all with minimal attorney oversight.
Message from the Chair
A reminder to main vigilant when you are using a third party’s Internet and ensure your electronic communications are secure.
My (virtual) road to a (real) better life
The author shares his reasons for transforming his practice, his concerns as he plans for the conversion, and his initial thoughts about how to proceed.
A report from MacWorld 2012
The author describes his experience after attending the first MacWorld Expo since Steve Jobs' death.
The ScanSnap S1100
A review of Fujitsu's answer for a portable scanner that can be carried and used at any time.
Transitioning to Clio: A personal diary
How does the change to Clio affect the author's workflow on a daily basis? What benefits have been realized? What set-backs have been encountered?
An update on Google Analytics
A look at two important features of Google Analytics and why you should pay particular attention to them.