4-Step Computer Security Upgrade
Learn to encrypt your files, secure your computer when using public Wi-Fi, enable two-factor authentication, and use good passwords.
As more law firms go paperless, using cloud services for billing, timekeeping, and client files is common. But not all cloud services, especially those that offer free packages, will promise to keep your client data secure. Many of these services even reserve the right to use the data you store with them in marketing materials. David tells us what we should do about this and what we should look out for when subscribing to a new cloud service.
Law School Roulette: Which Top 20 Law School Will Shut Down?
In an analysis of law schools, writer Dorothy Brown predicts that the University of Minnesota Law School will be one of the first top 20 law schools to shut down. Sam and Aaron discuss what this means for their alma mater and whether or not future law schools will have to follow suit.
What You Need to Know About the Cloud Services You Use, with David Tollen
David Tollen is the author of ABA Publishing’s bestseller, The Tech Contracts Handbook: Cloud Computing Agreements, Software Licenses, and Other IT Contracts for Lawyers and Businesspeople. He also provides advice and assistance related to e-commerce, social media, industrial design, and intellectual property.
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