The NCRA’s Technology Committee’s email list recently pointed out a few online articles that consider how technology can help you and how technology has changed what people expect.
On FindLaw, William Peacock, Esq. writes about enhancing a wireless network’s security. Peacock explains how to change the default settings of a wireless router using layman’s terms. Read more.
On Above the Law, Jeff Bennion offers some practical tips for how to go paperless in a deposition, including a few specific products that he uses and why it’s a good idea to go paperless (or mostly paperless). He also has a couple ideas for how to rid yourself of all the paper storage you will no longer need. Read more.
Will Harrelson, an attorney with Faust, Harrelson, Fulker, McCarthy & Schlemmer in Troy, Ohio, shared almost two dozen of his favorite apps in a series of posts from lawyers on iPhone J.D., run by Jeff Richardson. Read more.
Quartz posted the current 25 most popular apps in the United States. The post also includes some interesting conclusions about the list. Read more.
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