App of the Week: MyPermissions – Find (and Revoke) Apps With Access to Your Personal Information

Remember the last time you granted permission to a third party app? An app that has access to your personal information? Like giving Twitter access to an analytics tool, or Facebook, to a game or birthday calendar? Me either. Thing is, your privacy is potentially compromised every time you click “yes.” Of course, some apps […]

App of the Week: Able2Doc: Convert PDF to Word With Only 2 Taps

Now that legal offices have made the transition to a paperless office, lawyers are taking it a step further and moving their paperless workflows to mobile devices. And with good reason! There’s virtually an app for any document task you can think of. Dealing with legal PDF documents? Researching case studies in PDF format? You’re […]

App of the Week: ABA TECHSHOW 2013 Conference

In recent years large conferences have built mobile apps to help attendees plan their time and navigate the maze of educational sessions and exhibitors. It also, ideally, helps attendees to connect at social events and on the networks. With the greatly anticipated annual event for lawyers, technologist, and lawyer-technologists, ABA TECHSHOW, just around the corner, […]

App of the Week: Make Chrome Your Default Mobile Browser

The snappy Chrome has become the browser of choice for hordes of laptop and desktop users. But for owners of iPhones and iPads, the default browser is Safari. You might want to change that and sync your bookmarks, extensions, apps, tabs, and other browser preferences. Pages load fast and navigation is snappy in the trademark […]

Evernote Security Issues For Lawyers

On March 2nd 2013, Evernote users were alerted via email that the company had discovered an attempt to hack the network.  The network security team was able to block the suspicious activity, but not before intruders gained access to Evernote user information, including usernames, email addresses, and encrypted passwords. Users were instructed to login to their […]

App of the Week: Mokriya Craigslist – Classifieds on the Go

Craigslist, the online classified behemoth, lets you post and search for jobs, housing, personals, items for sale, services, community, gigs, and more. Some have even blamed it for the demise of newspapers. Thing is, Craigslist has maintained the same barebones design since 2000 despite getting over 50 billion page views a month. Or, perhaps, because […]