...according to Alaap Shah and Marshall Jackson on Epstein Becker & Green's Hospitality Blog. As hotels, resorts, spas...
Smartphones now on the market are pocket-size computers, and of course, that's been a boon to both work and play. But as they grow ever more capable, smartphones bring some of the same challenges as
Among lawyers, the once-unbeatable BlackBerry is losing out to new rivals such as the iPhone and Android, according to writer Alan Cohen, and law firm CIOs are supporting its fall from grace
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
Behind every great smartphone is a great app -- or, to judge from some lawyers' devices, 10,000. An easier install than traditional software, apps also raise red flags. Used inappropriately, apps can
Windows 7 has good reviews and a solid reputation in corporate circles. Should you make the move? With Microsoft announcing it will end all support for XP in April 2014, the answer is a begrudging "y
Lawyers want the cool gear for their work, too. Now firms must make sure those slick tablets and fab phones have state of the art security and solid tech support
Attorney Robert J. Ambrogi heard that blogs are dead in the legal profession. Indeed, he declares legal blogging alive, well and thriving. Since the future is foretold by the new, Ambrogi highlights
15 new legal blogs prove the blawgosphere is alive and kicking
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Harassment by text message -- or "textual harassment" -- is becoming more prevalent. Besides the duties involved when investigating a claim of textual harassment, in-house counsel need to be aware of
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