Technology

By Jeffrey Schoenberger, Affinity Consulting When Apple announced their first Apple Watch in September 2014, they weren’t sure what uses people would find for it. They billed it as a fitness tracker, a way to connect with others, and a great time piece. Two years later, with some market experience under their belt, they released […]

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Just because you’re in a small firm doesn’t mean you don’t have HUGE e-discovery challenges! No litigation matter today can escape the dreaded “e” of discovery – virtually every piece of information that could be relevant to a litigation matter is electronic because of our utter dependence on computers and mobile devices. Every lawyer must […]

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By Jeff Schoenberger In medieval Europe, a monk could spend years making a handwritten copy of a single manuscript, replete with elaborate artistic work. Gutenberg put an end to that as a viable publishing mechanism. Similarly, microfilm, microfiche, and CD-ROMs were swept aside as preferred storage mediums for information; legal and otherwise. I doubt your […]

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We know you are busy! So we read through numerous blog posts and find the best ones to share with you each month. Please let us know if you feel we are missing a particularly good. Quick Tips 10 Things You Don’t need to Buy Buying something makes my brain feel like I’m doing something. […]

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By Affinity Consulting Group With many new Windows 10 Pro laptops, the built-in Bitlocker drive encryption is turned on by default. You may not even be aware of this, but it can bite you in the butt if your computer needs service and you don’t know the decryption key. Please follow these steps to determine […]

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By Jeff Schoenberger, Affinity Consulting Group My password management program, 1Password, which I heartily recommend, recently released its newest update, version 7. This article will not be about how good 1Password is and why you should own and use a password manager.[1] No, 1Password’s newest release reminded me that we’ve entered fully the world of […]

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We know you are busy! So we read through numerous blog posts and find the best ones to share with you each month. Please let us know if you feel we are missing a particularly good. Quick Tips The Top 5 Wire Fraud Prevention Tips Fraudsters use spoofed email so learn to spot it. Although […]

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We know you are busy! So we read through numerous blog posts and find the best ones to share with you each month. Please let us know if you feel we are missing a particularly good. Quick Tips Attorney Identity Theft (Podcast) Identity theft doesn’t just apply to stolen credit cards or social security numbers. […]

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By Barron K. Henly A password manager is a program that can securely store and organize logons, passwords, credit card information, bank account information, IDs (driver’s licenses, passports, etc.) and any other piece of information you might need (e.g., your children’s social security numbers, your Delta frequent flyer number, or the license plate number for […]

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By Rian Fehrman As a cloud software consultant, I frequently review new software systems and integrations between different cloud products. A while back, I stumbled on an interesting way to give our clients access to my availability and automate the scheduling of meetings and conference calls. I was reviewing an application named Zapier to see […]

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