Your law firm's email is not as private as you may think; here's how to protect confidential information
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...option for executing legally binding agreements. Yet a recent study commissioned by Adobe Systems Inc. found that 98 percent of surveyed managers "still rely...
Java, the browser add-on that facilitates online activities such as playing interactive games and chatting with friends, warrants close scrutiny from those responsible for security at law firms
...what you can learn: Use PDF annotation tools, such as Adobe Acrobat, to type or add "Exhibit A" to the bottom...
...Center. Once registered, I sent e-mail with attached Microsoft Word and Adobe Acrobat documents to the printer, which output the text of the e...
After several years of battling for market share with the likes of TrialDirector and Sanction, ExhibitView iPad joins the ranks of TrialPad, Evidence, and Exhibit A in the iPad apps for trial present
Case study of a local firm's use of Discovery Attender from Sherpa Software
Newer online services let users effortlessly transfer documents and files between any computer, hand-held device, or out to a storage site online ("the cloud") but often lack security
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