Tag Archives: software

Video: How to Vacation as a Lawyer

Take 20 mins and discover simple steps you can take to schedule your vacation, pull in outside help in your absence, and even enjoy some time off!

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Video: 8 Best Practices for Moving Your Firm to the Cloud

Cloud computing can provide a secure, resilient, and custom infrastructure as a service if done correctly

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Video: A Lawyer’s Toolbox – Tools for Getting the Job Done

With every profession, new tools can be incorporated to boost productivity and efficiency. In this webinar from the ABA’s Legal Technology Resource Center, sponsored by Amicus Attorney, discover the valuable tools lawyers need to get the job done. Thank you to our sponsor. 

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Why Rebooting Works So Well

Have you already rebooted your computer today? A quick thought experiment: if you had a dollar for every time you’ve had to reboot a computer, how wealthy would you be? Rebooting is a fact of life, especially in the world of Windows (although it’s not only a Windows issue). It’s often not a big issue, […]

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A Lawyers Toolbox – What Do You Need to Get the Job Done?

Once you have been practicing law for a while, it can become easy to get into a specific routine and rely on that for years to come. However, it is important to consider new tools you could incorporate into your habits to boost productivity. In this 30 minute presentation sponsored by Amicus Attorney, discover valuable tools you […]

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Video: To Cloud or Not to Cloud?

Most lawyers have struggled with whether or not to join the cloud. The “anytime, anywhere” accessibility of the cloud is tempting, but the desktop tools lawyers are used to may be too comfortable to let go. In this webinar hosted by the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center, sponsored by Amicus Attorney, explore the options that […]

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Bridging The Tech Chasm

Some things never cease to amaze me. Like the fact that lawyers, who want to be the best at everything they do, don’t seem to care if they are incompetent at technology. Sound extreme? I don’t think so. If they cared, they would actually be upset, or at least concerned, about the fact that they […]

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