Tag Archives: Mac

PC to Mac and Back

Two years ago, I was more than a little frustrated with my Windows 7, 15” laptop that weighed nearly nine pounds. So, when Apple released the new MacBook Pro with Retina display, I decided it was time to go “all in.” Oops.

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How a MacBook Pro Led to the Technological Infrastructure of Burton Law

An impulse buy led me down a technological path that helped shape the infrastructure of our multi-lawyer, multi-jurisdiction virtual law firm.

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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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Living in Multiple Tech Worlds: Windows, Mac and Android

The rise of cloud computing has made it easier for lawyers to live in multiple tech worlds, whether it’s Windows, Mac, iOS, or Android. This phenomenon is becoming a trend that affects many people and is changing how we think about, talk about, and use technology. On this episode of the Kennedy-Mighell Report, hosts Dennis […]

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Case Management for Mac Attorneys: Learn Daylite

Running a Mac in a law office has not always been easy.  But, with the increase of Mac and iOS use in the law office, attorneys are demanding Mac and iOS compatible and dedicated products.  Fortunately, cloud providers are now building products that can be used with PC or Mac, and other providers are dedicating […]

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Apple Security: Invisible and Practical Approaches

For many years, one of the big reasons that lawyers (and others) switched to Apple computers from Windows computers was security. The Windows world was (and is) one of frequent security updates, viruses and malware, firewall settings and software to manage all of the aspects of security. Security issues and concerns seem to be a […]

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Restoring Your Computer System and Recovering Data in the Event of the Unthinkable

We all dread that moment:  the one in which our computer malfunctions and loses all of your stored data.  That can be a scary moment, particularly if you do not know how to restore your system and data; but, even a system restore is useless if you haven’t backed up your data in the first […]

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Smart Tech for Small Firms

Solo and small sized law firms must take a strategic approach to ensure they buy the right technology for their practice. When compared to larger law firms, solo and small firms have limited time and resources, so it’s crucial they find the sweet spot when selecting essential hardware and software. In the upcoming CLE program […]

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