Use these 5 online tools to ensure a safer, enjoyable online experience and secure your web travels.
In the LAB, Nicole Black is (unsurprisingly) full of good information on ethics and the cloud: Also, the ABA recently revised Model Rule 1.1 to require lawyers to not only to maintain a knowledge of law and a level of skill in the practice of law, but it also now requires lawyers to have (and [...]
Want to know what your state thinks about cloud computing? Thanks to Nicole Black’s post in the LAB, here is the ABA’s handy reference chart so you can see what your state’s ethics board thinks about cloud computing. Currently, by the way, lawyers in all 50 states may use the cloud. Ethics boards in 13 [...]
LastPass is a great password manager for anyone who wants access to their passwords anywhere, with minimal setup and ease of use.
Ironically, the Luddites who refuse to even consider putting client data in the cloud would be better off if they did. Their clients would be, anyway.
Keepass provides an open source, easy to use solution to password management to increase security of the mobile law office that runs on cloud computing.
Now is a great time for lawyers to update passwords.
Lawyers can take a number of steps to make sure that Gmail accounts are secure.
How lawyers can use S.N.A.P. to check their Facebook privacy settings.
Steps to take for better computer security to protect your digital law office client files.
Should lawyers use an online version of Microsoft Word or Microsoft’s other cloud-based versions of Office software?
E-mail security may depend on the ease with which the government can obtain information stored on internet servers.