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Endings and New Beginnings…..

By at 12 July, 2014, 8:23 pm



Picard Engage

I've been absent from these pages for a while and wanted to provide a brief update to everyone. For those that are not aware of it, my last day as the Practice Management Advisor of the State Bar of Wisconsin was on May 23, 2014. 



FIXED – Internet Explorer Bug-Of-The-Day

By at 30 April, 2014, 9:19 am

green_eyed_monster_800_14504Here is a great video and post with steps on how to protect yourself form the IE moonster affecting ALL versions of IE  that has been making news this week. Steve Gibson created the inital steps but left out a few things. Terry Cole from Cole Informatics added these and created the video and post. If you're running Windows XP, you especially need to check this out. See it here


New 100 Best Android Apps List: Just in time for ABA TECHSHOW!

By at 24 March, 2014, 10:35 am

android logoABA TECHSHOW is fast approaching and in addition to all of the other sessions, there are a number of sessions for  Android users. And just in time for TECHSHOW, has come out with their new list of the Best 100 Android Apps. There are a number on the list that can make lawyers lives easier such as Anti-virus and security apps, secure text messaging and communication apps and more.  Check it out here. And don't forget to check out the 2014 ABA TECHSHOW sessions for Android including The Litigators Guide to Android, Practice Pointers: Android Settings & Customization to Up Productivity, Road Tested: Gear, Gadgets & Guides that Smooth the Bumps in the Practice Road  and 60 Apps & Widgets. ABA TECHSHOW takes place March 27-29, 2014 (this week) at the Chicago Hilton Hotel. 


Does your State have a Security Breach Notification Law?

By at 11 March, 2014, 3:42 pm

Data Breach Infographic

With the continuing onslaught of data breach stories, every lawyer should be aware whether their state has such a law on the books and what it requires in the event of a breach. The National Council of State Legislatures has compiled a chart of which states and territories have such laws and links to them as well.



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Dropbox updates its TOS: Adds Government Data Requests Principals

By at 21 February, 2014, 11:09 am

Privacy by Alan CleaverDropbox has a bit of a history when it comes to securing your information and who has access to it. It is definitely not the most secure file synchronization service available, but the reality is that it just works and is easy to use. Despite security concerns raised by many in the technology community, Lawyers and firms continue to use Dropbox and I don't foresee that changing anytime in the near future. Dropbox recently announced changes in its Terms of Service and its Privacy policy. The interesting piece of this to me is the Government Data Requests Principals in the Privacy Policy.


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