Question: How Many Emails Are Sent Every Day?
Answer: Statistics, extrapolations and counting by Radicati Group from August 2008 estimate the number of emails sent per day (in 2008) to be around 210 billion.
What is Linux?
Linux has been around for a number of years, and, for those who don't know, it is a free operating system originally coded by Linus Torvalds in 1991.
Whilst the instances of software piracy have been steadily decreasing in South Africa over the years, the value of the software that is being pirated is on the increase. So whilst South Africa's current software piracy rate is 34% (down from its peak of 37% in 2007), the value of the software that is being pirated in the South African market has increased to ZAR1.9 billion.
As technology continues to impact the legal profession, paralegals are turning to social and professional networking sites to investigate claims. These sites can provide a deluge of data, including specific communications and entries concerning parties to the action.
Ever wondered which browser is most popular among law firms in South Africa? Or wondered if you should change to a different browser? Here is a graph which shows which browsers are currently being used by law firms in South Africa. We also looked at what screen resolution they were using.
The largest expense of a high quality law firm web site is not having a firm do the HTML coding or renting space on a web server, but indirect costs: the time spent planning what to say substantively and keeping the site updated. Before you can begin the design process you need to think carefully about how you expect the web site will benefit your firm.
I have recently acquired the Nokia e71 after owning its predecessor, the e61 for over 2 years. The e71 has everything the e61 had and more, and it is lighter and smaller than its ancestor!
There are two sides to every story, so amidst speculation in November's Insider that IP telephony is a time bomb waiting to go off, Total looks at the positive impact its emergence will have.
British Airways plans to launch text and mobile services for customers on its new all business class route from London City Airport to New York's JFK airport later this year.
Numerous people in graphic arts have contacted me in connection with the Orphans Bill in the USA and are concerned about putting their artwork on the net due to this posting on youtube.
Jim Calloway explains why every lawyer needs to understand a few basic things about metadata. He contends that the legal ethics implications of metadata "mining" are no longer just of interest to the lawyers processing electronic discovery, or the ethics mavens.
An identifiable Internet speaker who sends an unlawful e-mail or posts an unlawful Internet message is subject to traditional litigation tactics. However, countless Internet speakers are not effortlessly identifiable. Hence, novel litigation, technical and administrative law tactics are advantageous for successfully curbing Internet defamation.
Who would have expected the world economy to take such a precipitous plunge? Attorney Ross Kodner issues tips for law practices to batten down the hatches, tighten belts and learn to better exploit their existing infrastructure before rushing to upgrade and buy new technology.
Sitting at a computer for long periods of time, can take a toll on your body. By not sitting in the correct positions, it is easy to end up with back pain, neck pain, knee pains, and a tingling of the hands and fingers.
It is estimated that in excess of 90% of all new documents are created, communicated and stored electronically, however a recent survey of South African litigation practitioners revealed that less than 25% of documents produced during discovery or at trial are produced in electronic form.
Faster computers and increased Internet bandwidth have led enterprising companies to develop Web 2.0 applications that meet consumers' needs. For some time, the business world has used "software as a service" (SAAS) - secure, hosted programs accessed over the Internet rather than through a hard drive or inhouse server - for such functions as timekeeping, billing, and project management.
A three-judge panel upheld a decision against a former government employee who had a Google search performed on him before getting fired, as well as being accused of misusing company funds.
How do you set up a computer workstation? Do you buy monitor risers or remove the CPU from beneath the monitor. Will even lower monitor positions cause neck strain?
In our survey last month, we asked how long a PC should be expected to last. The results weren't at all conclusive, but 3 years was the most popular life expectancy for a PC. But what causes a PC to finally need replacement?
In Mxit Lifestyle (Pty) Ltd v Andre Steyn (ZA2008-0020) the alternative dispute resolution body for South African domain names has found, for the first time, that domain name parking can in certain circumstances be an abusive registration.
Based in the UK, Richard Susskind is the world's pre-eminent legal futurist. His new book, The End of Lawyers? (Oxford University Press, Dec. 2008) is extraordinarily timely, as many factors are coming together to accelerate change in law. Posted by Paul Lippe of The AMLawDaily.
Competition among legal accounting and practice management vendors has never been as strong, despite the slump in the economy. While most of the vendors have been around for many years, new entrants such as Korbitec's GhostPractice and AdvanceSoft's LMS are causing existing vendors to re-assess their strategy.
Just how financially stable are the vendors that supply your firm with hardware and software, and should you be concerned about their well-being? The answer to that depends on what products they supply to your firm.
Remember how fast your computer was when you first got it? And now, a few years later, it just doesn't seem to be as fast anymore? The good news is that you're not imagining it. But the bad news is that all computers slow down over time for various reasons.
So why does your PC slow down over time, and how do you fix it?
A slew of adverts on the Internet in the past few months claim that they can indeed tap into your cell phone conversations. A product called Bluetooth e-Stealth, which sells for around R800 claims that "the very latest technology and programs allow you to spy on any Bluetooth enabled device or mobile phone.
Fax to mail is a service which delivers faxes addressed to your unique fax number directly to the email system on your computer, regardless of where you are in the world. The fax number is provided free when you register. For the recipient, there are no monthly charges, no wasted paper, no printing costs, and you won’t need to buy a fax machine or rent a fixed fax line. Fax to mail also offers some other benefits.
For years, the computer world used the catchphrase “information at your fingertips”, but it was only the advent of the Internet that made this a reality. These days, you can instantly find any information you need on the Internet, including medical questions, homework projects, price comparisons, electronic brochures, recipes, business advice, etc. Of course, you still have to decide which information is trustworthy.
Imagine this: Each time anyone in the world mentions your company, client, products, or whatever else you want to keep track of on the Internet, Google Alerts will send you an email telling you about it. For free!
Social networking has become a way of life for sub-25 year olds, and according to Gartner, predictions are that 49% of adults and 84% of teenagers will access a social networking site at least once a month by 2011. In the past few months there has been much debate about whether businesses should block employees’ access to Facebook and other social networking sites.
The New York Times' Randall Stross has a story this morning about 'Sifting the Professional From the Personal' when it comes to social networks. Attorneys and other professionals have gravitated towards LinkedIn because it is 'professional.'