Four Ways to Properly Control Your Clients’ Documents

Clients share documents with you in various ways, often via email or cloud document-sharing services. Once you receive the files, however, you gain the most control when you use an enterprise cloud collaboration application. Over the last year or two, clients have become increasingly comfortable with cloud services. They use them to share vacation photos, […]

Lawyers Going Google: How to Use and Supercharge Gmail and Calendar

Millions of corporations, small businesses, solo lawyers, large and small law firms, and federal, state, and local governments have “gone Google.” They have moved from hosting their own e-mail servers (and in some cases calendars and documents) to using Google’s cloud-based productivity tools – Google Apps. This includes large corporations like Konica Minolta and Jaguar […]

How is Your Legal Health?

Staying in shape means more than physical well-being. Your legal health is also very important. If you keep legally fit, you can avoid problems that could be very costly in terms of your time and money. Here are a tips on how to get legally healthy and stop problems before they start. It you want […]

Nifty iPad Gestures: Multi-Touch and Assistive Touch

Apple brings simplicity, design and ease of use to its many products. On the iPad, that includes gestures – Multi-Touch and Assistive Touch Multi-Touch With the swipe of 3, 4, or 5 fingers, you can navigate through your iPad without clicking on the home button, saving time and increasing productivity. Here are a few useful […]

4 Benefits From Journaling Your Work Life

For the past two years, I’ve kept a daily journal of my work life. The purpose was to see if capturing stories and related statistics could help me be more productive and effective at work. It has done that and a lot more. Let me say first that in journaling, the medium matters. Paper diaries […]

App of the Week: Venmo – The Fun and Easy Way to Make Payments

No, it’s not Paypal. It’s better. Venmo makes transferring payments and dealing with bank transactions actually kind of fun by introducing hints of social media. Venmo links to your bank account or a debit card for free (takes 3% for credit card) and to your Facebook account so you can easily pay friends, coworkers, family […]

How to Use SIRI to Manage Your App Settings and Your Life

So you’ve updated your iPhone to iOS 7 and gotten lost in the new design. I can relate, having spent hours playing with each new feature to see just what was so great about the latest iOS release. What I didn’t fully appreciate until recently, were the new changes made to SIRI, along with enhancements […]

App of the Week: Brewster – An Address Book To Organize Your Social Contacts

The idea of Brewster might not be completely original, but its design and functionality separates it from any other address book application. There’s a simple brilliance about the way Brewster organizes your contacts. Assuming you allow it access to your phone and Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter contacts, it will take their pictures and organize them […]

App of the Week: Audio Memos – A Better Voice Recorder

Let’s face it, if you plan on using a voice recorder app, the built-in Voice Memos app on your iPhone is not ideal. It lacks any features besides record and play, and playback quality is often less than desirable . Enter: Audio Memos. Not only does it produce a rich sound quality, but Audio Memos […]