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Author Archives: Bruce Dorner

How to manage the tsunami of spam (access required)

Does your work day begin with a thousand taps of the “Delete” key to remove the flood of spam that invades your inbox? Are you getting worn down trying to sort the important e-mails from the torrent of junk? Are ...

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For a Happy New Year: ?Techno-resolutions' (access required)

All of us have the desire to change and improve ourselves during the coming year. The custom of making appropriate resolutions is not limited to eating better and exercising more. I thought lawyers might want to add a few technology-related ...

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Should your next computer be a portable? (access required)

For years we have been purchasing desktop computers for the law office. Portable computers were just too expensive, except for the few who understood technology or who were willing to haul around a bag the weight of a bowling ball. ...

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There's buried treasure in your Word documents (access required)

Our paper documents are a legal treasure chest. Not only do they contain pearls of legal wisdom to be shared with our clients, but they also include buried artifacts that may be both beneficial and harmful. These artifacts are called ...

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'Psst … Can We Keep A Secret?': Protecting Clients' Information (access required)

As lawyers we have a rather rigid code of conduct. We’re required to protect confidential client communications along with many other items of esoteric data. We’ve recently encountered a sweeping federal regulation imposing significant burdens on the medical profession called ...

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Taking The Office On The Road (access required)

Modern computing and Chinese food have much in common. First, you need to decide if you want to have a “take out” or “dine in” meal. If you only work at an office desk, then the “dine in” desktop machine ...

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A Few Tech Tips Acquired Over The Years (access required)

It’s the little things that make the most difference. Just ask your spouse. The same holds true for computers. Knowing the little tweaks and adjustments that improve your relationship with the mechanical beast can go a long way to a ...

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