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A Tech Support Manual for Problems with People Part 1

What do you do when the frustrations that bring you to a boiling point stem from people problems? Here’s one tool, of three, to help.

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Can I Use a Mac at My Law Office?

Lawyers keep raving about how great it is to use Macs in their offices, and for good reason. Here are three “reality checks” before you dump PCs for Macs.

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Quick Tip Monday: Blocking Users on LinkedIn

Unwanted connection requests? Spammers? We accept them as part of engaging on a social network, but we don’t have to. We can block them.

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Kennedy-Mighell Deconstruct ABA TECHSHOW 2014

Relive (or refresh your memory) on some highlights of ABA TECHSHOW, plus investments in “legal ventures” alternatives to what lawyers do rather than into technology lawyers use.

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Quick Hits Friday: Security Part Deux

Now that you’ve changed all your passwords, it’s time work on learning lessons from “Heartbleed.” Encryption, mobile security, and best security software from our 2014 Solo and Small Firm Legal Technology Guide.

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Are Midsized Firms Poised To Capitalize On Changed Legal Landscape?

In an effort to help Midsized firms overcome the pressures they alone face and fully participate in this new, changed legal landscape, Thomson Reuters has created the Managing Partner Series.

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Your Practice in Your Pocket: Tips for Practicing Law on Mobile Devices

Join us Wednesday, April 23rd at 2pm ET for a 30 minute webinar on how, through a mobile device platform, you can have your practice everywhere you go.

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New Book Alert: “Paperless in One Hour for Lawyers”

Paper comes from all kinds of sources. Opposing counsel. Clients. Post office. Vendors. Pickup this book and learn how to transition to a paperless office.

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Lessons from Heartbleed

Fallout from the “Heartbleed” bug is enough to make normal people nervous, and make lawyers panic. Take a deep breath. We’ve got a round of up links and info to help you check your legal-related apps, and your sanity.

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Lean Operation for a Client-Centric Practice

Identifying some key factors let me create a practice geared towards the particular needs of what has long been an under-served part of the market.

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The Digital Edge delves into ABA TECHSHOW

Hosts Sharon Nelson and Jim Calloway interview this year’s ABA TECHSHOW Chair Natalie Kelly. The introduction of how-to’s to the future of the ABA TECHSHOW Planning Board, they cover the highlights of the 2014. This year’s hottest topics include: the re-emergence of paperless, cloud computing, and iOS. Listen for more about the Solutions Lab, Exhibits, and much, much more.

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Efficiency, Productivity and Swords of Truth

There is a difference between efficiency and productivity. Smartphones and software may be lots of fun, but in the hands of lawyers they’re also swords of truth. We must wield those swords for the proper administration of justice.

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Quick Hits Friday: Security! Security!

With the “Heartbleed” bug top of mind, time to check on the security of the rest of your law office technology.

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