In our past articles about message encryption options for Gmail and Google Apps, we’ve lamented the unavailability of a built-in option for most users. Google mail messages are encrypted internally,
Google Apps can help lawyers streamline document drafting and review. While it has many of the features of traditional office productivity suites, there are some features that Google Apps lacks.
(See part 1 for native Google Apps data backup tools.) Having a reliable backup of your data is just as important whether you’re using traditional, boxed (or downloaded) software and
(See part 2 for third-party Google Apps data backup tools.) Having a reliable backup of your data is just as important whether you’re using traditional, boxed (or downloaded) software and
See Part 1: Lawyers, Encrypted Email, and Gmail: Encryption, for a discussion on ethics opinions, Gmail and an introduction to third-party options. Encryption refers to the process of encoding a
Discussions about the necessity for lawyers to encrypt their email invariably begin with the ABA Standing Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility’s 1998 Formal Opinion 99-413 which states, “A lawyer
If you want to send an email, create documents, spreadsheets and presentations, communicate on social media, store pictures, analyze your website and blog, and a host of other activities, there’s
The latest in our Keyboard Shortcuts series. Keyboard shortcuts let you access frequently used features with a keystroke, and with your fingers never leaving the keyboard to use the mouse
Here are highlights from the popular webinar – Google Gmail, Calendar And Your Cloud Powered Law Office – by Carole Levitt and Mark Rosch. Click here for the slide presentation.