Mobility


Macs at Work and Home

Blurred Lines, Part Three: Securing Your Backups

By | Mar.16.16 | No Comments

In the first two installments of “Blurred Lines,” Tom Lambotte explained why you need a mobile device management policy and a fully encrypted Mac hard drive. In this last installment, he points to a security fail …Continue reading »


Tips for Mac Lawyers

Blurred Lines, Part One: Using Macs at Work and Home

By | Mar.02.16 | No Comments

If you are a Mac-using lawyer, you probably use your laptop, iPhone and iPad both at work and at home. In other words, your business devices do double duty as your personal devices. At ABA …Continue reading »


Cybersecurity on the Road

Beware the Dangers of WiFi

By | Feb.09.16 | 1 Comment

Many of us have to travel for our work, and that often means connecting to wireless networks. If you use unsecured public WiFi networks when working on client matters, that could mean trouble. Most hotels, airports, …Continue reading »


Friday 5+ Tech Tips

Apps That Saved My … Vacation

By | Jun.26.15 | No Comments

With summer finally in full swing, we asked our legal technology dream team, “Which apps have saved your … vacation?” They’re telling their best tips for making travel less stressful, whether for work or play, so you …Continue reading »


On-the-Go Productivity

Four Powerful Mobile Apps for Accessing Your Files

By | Jul.02.14 | 1 Comment

Whether or not you consider yourself a mobile lawyer, we’re all part of a professional community and society that embraces mobile technology. That means our clients and opposing counsel expect us to be able to …Continue reading »


Cloud Storage

Dropbox 102: Security Steps

By | Mar.18.13 | 4 Comments

A long time ago, in a life far away—November 2012—I wrote a Dropbox 101 post for Attorney at Work. Commenter Jeffrey Brandt suggested a “Dropbox 102” version to address security issues when sharing data in the …Continue reading »


Apps for Android

Note-Taking Apps for Android Lawyers: The 2.0 Update

By | Dec.06.12 | 2 Comments

The first thing to know about note-taking on any mobile device is that it’s not perfect. Another thing to know: If, like me, you’re accustomed to writing in microscopic chicken scratch for post-session translation, you …Continue reading »


practice management

Stepping Into the Cloud: Practice Management Tools

By | Sep.27.12 | 6 Comments

By now we can probably all agree that the cloud is not a mysterious and scary thing. We’ve bought into the idea that “anytime, anywhere” access to files and other stuff is, indeed, a pretty …Continue reading »


Mistakes Newbie Mobile Users Make

By | Sep.21.12 | 4 Comments

In the grand scheme of things, we are all newbies adjusting to using mobile devices. After all, even if you had one of the first iPhones, it has only been five years. Technology consultants and …Continue reading »


Bonus Download

Update: Top iPhone and iPad Apps for Lawyers

By | Sep.05.12 | 6 Comments

In January, we unveiled National Purchasing Partners and Verizon’s list of the top iPhone and iPad apps being used by lawyers at the start of 2012—the “first annual.” Since things move swiftly in the apps world, we …Continue reading »