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To Lease or Buy

September 17, 2020


Disclaimer: I am not a tax professional; these are just my opinions, based on personal research. This should not be seen as tax advice! The only lesson I remember from an Economics class I took at the University of California at Santa Barbara was my teacher going on and on about leases and saying why […]

  • September 17, 2020

Expert tips from Mac Lovin’ lawyers

September 10, 2020


What’s a Mac lawyer to do in a PC-dominated world? Despite their increased popularity among professionals, we see that MacOS desktops and laptops still don’t have the same reputation for productivity as Windows PCs. But that’s changing quickly —especially in the legal world, where we depend on our computers every day. In a recent webinar, […]

  • September 10, 2020
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Apple in the World of Business – It’s Time for Apple to Shine!

September 3, 2020


Apple computers have always been a fan favorite in the world of education. First with the iMac and now the scope of use is even wider with the Macbook and iPad. But, it took a little longer for Apple to break into the business world. Sure, architects and other design professionals have been using them […]

  • September 3, 2020

Proactive Care vs. Reactive Action

August 13, 2020


I’ll make a virtual bet with you that you can reduce the stress in your law practice and put out fires in your personal life all by using the following strategy for your technology.  Most people don’t and it will cost you in the long run.  If you’re an entrepreneurial-minded attorney and you want to […]

  • August 13, 2020

Responsible for But Underqualified

August 6, 2020


Could this perhaps describe the person in your law firm managing the technology?  In the overwhelming majority of cases – the person responsible for technology in your law firm is under-qualified. This is often you, the founding partner (common in law firms using Apple computers), an Office Manager, or maybe an in-house tech person. How does this happen? You most […]

  • August 6, 2020
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