Cloud Computing: Still Foggy From a Legal Standpoint

I have written previously about the "cloudy" nature of cloud computing from a legal standpoint. Last week, I attended a seminar on cloud computing that was attended by about fifty lawyers and some "techies" interested in technology and cloud computing. The consensus resulting from...

The iPad and the Future of the Legal Profession. . . Or not.

I'd like to put something out there on the table. I'm a tech nerd and an Apple fan. I've been a fan of Apple computers since my dad bought an Apple ][+ when I was about 9 years old. Since then, I've owned many Macintosh computers and other Apple products, although I have occasionally...

Optimize Your Small, Specialized Law Firm

A few simple rules that you probably didn't learn in law school can take the hassles out of your day-to-day practice management tasks for a better business outcome Most law schools will teach you how to be an attorney-but not how to build a viable practice. The day-to-day realities of managing...

SQL Express,Time Matters 10.0,Time Matters 9.0,Time Matters Install/Upgrade,Time Matters configuration,Time matters support

We work with large firms running TM on SQL servers doing replication to ensure consistency across the U.S. but we also work with solo's and small firms running TM on desktops. Keep in mind that Time Matters does need SQL server which will utilize about 1.5GB of RAM at almost all times. So having...