7 Reasons Law Firms Should Outsource Their IT Operations

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Over the last decade, advancements in computer technology have dramatically changed the way lawyers manage their offices. Today, lawyers are able to take on...

Should self-signed SSL certificates be trusted?

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The problem of verifying identity, and being able to trust that verified identity, has only worsened as internet usage has increased, and usernames and...

Making Wi-Fi work for your business

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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg may have raised some eyebrows when he said that connectivity should be a human right, but many smart device users...

Windows XP: Microsoft’s ticking time bomb

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The final deadline for Windows XP support will act as a starting pistol for hackers, as they target hundreds of millions of users on...

Is your computer screen damaging your eyes?

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In today’s world many of us spend 10-12 hours of our day in front of glowing computer screens. Computers are used for doing almost...

Threats to online security have grown considerably

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Threats to online security have grown considerably, increasing by 42% in 2012 according to Symantec. Reshana Pillay, Director at Routledge Modise, is of the...

The evolution of telephony

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Communications technology has made astounding advances over time, and yet has not been allowed to deliver on its promise of bringing information to areas...

Why your tech is only as good as the person implementing it

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Nigel Clarke, an IT manager from the UK, made a few headlines earlier this year when he drew up a comprehensive call center menu...

Trade Marks vs Adwords – the final decision (or is it?)

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The issue of Adwords has become increasingly important in trade mark law. When you buy a word from Google as an Adword, this has...

Cost Analysis of Cloud and Traditional Legal Practice Management Software

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Legal technology consumers have a lot of choices these days. But that wasn’t always the case. Now, law firms can choose from an emerging...