The Wireless AlternativeBy Todd FlamingJune 2003Column, Page 309Wireless networking has come into its own, and it might be right for you and your firm.
Putting It All Together With Information OrganizersBy Todd FlamingApril 2003Column, Page 203The e-mail messages, postal letters, notes, briefs, names and addresses, and other data connected with a case; how do you store it all in one place? Here are some options.
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.
Is Your Word Processor Telling Secrets to the Enemy?By Todd FlamingJune 2002Column, Page 319Your word-processing software may be making confidential information available to your adversaries without your knowing it. Here's how it happens and what you can do about it.
Your Office on the WebBy Todd FlamingJune 2001Column, Page 319Applications service providers, or ASPs, rent computer programs over the Web. They can give you more computing power and flexibility for less money, but beware the risks.
Technology in a Cost-Conscious EraBy Todd FlamingApril 2001Column, Page 205What if, instead of buying a lot of separate programs, you put all of your data on one computer and use a standard Web browser like Internet Explorer to input, search, and display the results?
Your Computer Can Help Analyze Your CaseBy Todd FlamingFebruary 2001Column, Page 97Software; especially a program called "CaseMap"; can help you see the relationships between the facts, people, events, and issues in your case.
Laptops for EveryoneBy Todd FlamingDecember 1999Column, Page 673Should you buy a laptop and how? Here's what to look for.