Third-Party Social Media: Ethical or Not?

A new company in Dallas, Texas, WiredForPR.com, is offering third-party social media engagement and blogging services for lawyers and law firms. As detailed by one of my new heroes Kevin O’Keefe in his blog, Dallas attorney/journalist Stephanie Dube Dwilson* is... read more

More Security Problems for Dropbox?

Two hackers are reporting, in a paper they published at USENIX 2013 conference, that they have found more security problems for Dropbox. Using a code published along with their other findings, were even able to intercept SSL data from the Dropbox servers, completely... read more

Hackers’ Newest Target: Lawyers

Frightening news out of corners of the security world, the ABA Journal is reporting that hackers’ newest targets include lawyers and law firms. “Cybercriminals tend to focus where the weak spots are,” says Gerhard Eschelbeck, chief technology officer... read more

10 Free Open-Source Alternatives for Small Business

Running a small business, particularly a small law firm, can be expensive. Among all the things you need to pay for, such as office supplies, equipment, and support services, none are as routinely expensive as purchasing software. One license of Microsoft Office will... read more

Maximizing Your Law Firm’s LinkedIn Company Page

When you sign on to LinkedIn, you are probably most concerned with news about your contacts and making sure that your individual page looks good. It’s a professional social media site, so it is most definitely important to keep your information up-to-date and... read more

10 Tips for Developing Effective BYOD Policies

Earlier this week I wrote about the rise of the “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) paradigm in modern business. What I did not discuss in detail was the best way to develop effective BYOD policies to guide your firm in the future. These policies will address... read more
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