The second annual Electronic Discovery Institute's Leadership Summit in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., has been terrific, showing the shifting dynamic between Big Law and corporate law departments and the fr
...easy. Dropbox faces stiff competition in the cloud from companies such as YouSendIt Inc., CX Inc., Box.net, 4shared.com, and SpiderOak Inc. Meanwhile tech...
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...managing files that wound up being too unwieldy, Michel eventually settled on YouSendIt, a service for sharing large files online. YouSendIt has been around for...
New computer and network services provided by web-based applications, cloud computing, and mobile computing platforms can reduce computing costs and provide lawyers with the resources to accomplish t
Sessions about social media and smartphone apps at this year's State Bar of Texas Annual Meeting drew standing room-only crowds to the June 23-24 event in San Antonio. Panels titled "Ethically Using
Forsaking the traditional Arabic numeral 10 for the hipper Roman X, Adobe Acrobat's latest version delivers an interface overhauled for efficiency and accessibility. The revamped look is by far the b
Second time's the charm in creating a practice with high quality, low-cost technology
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...of Roman's team suggested trying YouSendIt, a secure electronic file transfer service. YouSendIt's centralized...
Who would have expected the world economy to take such a precipitous plunge? Attorney Ross Kodner issues tips for law practices to batten down the hatches, tighten belts and learn to better exploit t
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