Cloud/SaaS

Evernote Adds Two Factor Authentication and 2 other security features.

By at 30 May, 2013, 6:54 pm

With the focus on security for online applications and data, Evernote has made a positive addition by adding Two Factor Authentication for Premium accounts. Two Factor Authentication (also known as 2FA or TFA) requires two things from a user to access their account: Something you know (your password) and something you have (like a changing code or security dongle).

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21 Tips for Google Calendar Power Users

By at 2 January, 2013, 6:45 pm

Computerworld has published a Power through schedules with 21 Google Calendar tricks article. If you use Google Calendar, either the free consumer version or the paid Google Apps for Business version, it’s worth taking a look at this list

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Get a free year of unlimited online backup from CrashPlan for a single computer or for up to 10 computers for $50

By at 11 October, 2012, 10:33 am

If you’ve been curious about cloud backup but haven’t known where to start or want to keep your costs down, CrashPlan out of Minneapolis has a special going for folks who use Carbonite backup which gives them a year of free CrashPlan single computer backup which usually runs $49.99. Rick Broida at CNET wrote about this last month in his article CrashPlan offers Carbonite users a free year of cloud backup “But Nerino you ask, I don’t use Carbonite so what good does this do me?”

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Gizmos, Gadgets and Widgets

By at 8 October, 2012, 2:31 pm

Gizmos, Gadgets 7 Widgets is one of my favorite presentations, especially when I get a chance to present it with a great friend and speaker like Bryan Sims, at the 2012 Illinois Solo & Small Firm Conference in September 2012. In this fast-paced conference favorite, Bryan and I share a look at the lighter side of technology, tips and gadgets for your law office and your life. I’ts a fast and furious presentation in person, but even the slides are fun and useful.

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Google Announces Google Drive – Finally!

By at 24 April, 2012, 12:16 pm

Thanks to liliputing for being one of the first to announce that Google has finally released it’s much rumored and awaited Google Drive. For years, users of Gmail and Google Docs waited for the ability to use their accounts to store more than just email and documents. That day has finally arrived with Google’s official introduction of the service on it’s blog. You know can store up to 5GB of not only the documents you create using Google Docs, but your videos, photos, PDFs and more.

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