Running a Mac-Based Law firm: The Hourly Consultant Option

June 5, 2020

The Second in a Four-Part Series In this second installment of Running a Mac-Based Law Firm we discuss the second most common option for IT support: an hourly consultant. The smaller the firm, the more likely they are to use the DIY approach which we discussed in the first part of this series. But, inevitably […]

  • June 5, 2020

Stupid Simple Mac Tips #32 – Have a Two-Way Conversation with Your Mac

June 1, 2020

Now, I’m not suggesting you pop open a bottle of wine and have in-depth conversations over candlelight with your Mac (though I’m not saying you shouldn’t!). But in this edition of Stupid Simple Tips, you’ll learn that you can talk and listen to your Mac. Let’s Get the Conversation Started On older macOS models, Dictation […]

  • June 1, 2020

Stupid Simple Mac Tips #31 – Making Your Own Keyboard Shortcuts

May 25, 2020

Did you know that there are theories that keyboard shortcuts could revitalize America’s economy? At the very least, they can vastly streamline your workflow as a lawyer. Today’s topic for Stupid Simple Mac Tips shows you how to create these valuable keyboard shortcuts. How to Create Keyboard Shortcuts The steps to create keyboard shortcutson your […]

  • May 25, 2020

Running a Mac-Based Law firm: DIY

May 22, 2020

The First in a Four Part Series Let’s assume you’ve gone all Mac or plan to in the near future. Who’s going to take care of it all and manage the technology for the firm? We love working with the Apple Business Teams but once the Macs pass through the glass doors, you’re on your […]

  • May 22, 2020

Stupid Simple Mac Tips #30 – Never Lose Your WIFI Passwords Again!

May 18, 2020

At this point, WIFI is a necessity. Forgetting a password is an inconvenience that’ll prevent you from doing your job. Are you dealing with a situation where you need your password, butit eludes you? this Stupid Simple Mac Tip will give you the necessary information to avoid this issue: Showing Your Password on MacOS First, […]

  • May 18, 2020