Technology: The Nuts and Bolts of a Small Firm’s Infrastructure

Prepared by Brian Mauch and Lawrence Cofield for the Pacific Legal Technology Conference Today’s law firms use technology more than ever. To enable their people to be productive and efficient, and give them a competitive advantage, sole practitioners and small firms need to be aware of what technologies are available to them. They also need […]

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The Frugal Law Firm – Tech Essentials on a Budget

Prepared by Brian Mauch and Andre Coetzee for the CLEBC Solo and Small Firm Conference The proliferation of high-speed internet connections and web-based application development has opened the door to a new option for law firms: cloud-based applications. There is no shortage of websites that are offering pay-as-you-go online services to small law firms, which […]

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Macs, PCs, Mobile Devices and the Cloud – Can they all work together?

Prepared by Brian Mauch and Andre Coetzee for the CLEBC Solo and Small Firm Conference The rate of change within technology over the last 50 years has been staggering. We have gone from mainframes to Cloud computing (virtual desktops, Web applications), and lines to VoIP and Smartphones, PC’s and Mac’s to tablets. Everything now revolves […]

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Canadian-Based Secure Cloud Backups for Canadian lawyers

Written by Brian Mauch, previously published in Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia’s quarterly journal, the Verdict, Issue 134, Fall 2012. Reprinted with permission. If there has been an over-hyped term in computing over the past couple of years, it is “cloud.” Lawyers and the general public have been inundated with advertising and information about […]

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