Category Archives: Attorneys

Google Admits that It Reads your Emails

From: The Hacker News, Tuesday, April 15, 2014 by Swati Khandelwal Google has updated its privacy terms and conditions on Monday to offer more transparency regarding its email-scanning practices. One of the world’s biggest Web internet giant, Google, made it … Continue reading

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Information Chaos

PinHawk Blog, Legal Administrator Daily, Posted by Bill Lipner on April 14, 2014 The Association for Image and Information Management – better known as AIIM held their annual conference a few weeks ago. If you are unfamiliar with AIIM, I … Continue reading

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Facebook Reaches Out to Small-Business Owners

Intuit Small Business Blog, by Carla Turchetti on April 14, 2014 In an effort to learn more about how its social network fuels business  success, Facebook is reaching out to expert entrepreneurs through its newly formed Small  and Medium Business … Continue reading

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Don’t waste your money trying to upgrade your Windows XP PC

PC World Insights, by Tony Bradley@tonybradleybsg, Apr 7, 2014 With the end of Windows XP support from Microsoft imminent, perhaps you’ve finally made the (very wise) decision to stop using the vulnerable operating system. I commend you. However, if you’re … Continue reading

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Heartbleed – OpenSSL Zero-day Bug leaves Millions of websites Vulnerable

From – The Hacker News, Tuesday, April 08, 2014 by Wang Wei It is advised to those who are running their web server with OpenSSL 1.0.1 through 1.0, then it is significantly important that you update to OpenSSL 1.0.1g immediately … Continue reading

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Free Microsoft Windows for the Internet of Things and Mobile Devices

The Hacker New Blog, Sunday, April 06, 2014 by Swati Khandelwal Tomorrow, 8th April could be a sad day for all those who are still using Windows XP, as it is an official assassination day of it, but there is … Continue reading

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YAHOO! Now Encrypts Everything; Encrypted Yahoo Messenger Coming Soon

From – The Hacker News, Thursday, April 03, 2014 by Swati Khandelwal ON HIGH-PRIORITY YAHOO! is finally rolling out encryption implementation over their site and services in order to protect users. Yahoo is rapidly becoming one of the most aggressive … Continue reading

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3 Ways To Get More Out Of Every Single Hour

Forbes Magazine, Leadership 3/14/2014 @ 9:42AM “Lost time is never found again.” —Benjamin Franklin Time is a key resource that we simply cannot replenish. The 24 hours of each day are all we are given—once spent, these hours are lost … Continue reading

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Scan vs. Store, Which Costs More?

Posted – Legal IT Professional, by Steve Irons, March 24, 2014 The legal industry has been protected from market forces since the Greeks were orating in the town square, give or take a century or two. Today the business of … Continue reading

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5 Tax Tips for Deducting Travel Expenses

Intuit Small Business Blog, by Dave Clarke on April 1, 2014 Business travel can be a lot of things:  exciting, tiring, profitable, and — if you don’t  properly manage your expenses, per the IRS —  taxing (in the financial sense). … Continue reading

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