All the Tech Tips You’ll Ever Need

Well… that may be a bit of a stretch, but this is still a goodie.

If you enjoy the ABA TECHSHOW format of 60 TechTips in 60 Minutes, you will certainly appreciate the lead-off presentation from this year’s inaugural Oregon State Bar Solo & Small Firm Conference.

Featuring Paul Unger and Barron Henley, “60 Legal Tech Tips, Gadgets, Apps and Websites” was a technology whirlwind.  I can honestly say I’ve saved the best post for last.  [If you missed out on prior posts, just time travel back to July 13 to see the beginning and work your way forward.]

Here are a few of the jewels Paul and Barron shared:

For the complete compilation, see this post on Storify.

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Postscript

Also see the related story featuring Barron’s tips on “Superior Methods for Drafting Complex Legal Documents.”

2016 ABA TECHSHOW Takeaways: 10 Security Steps to Take Now!

The incomparable Tim Baran from Legal Productivity has done it again. His post, 10 Actionable Privacy, Security & Encryption Takeaways From #ABATECHSHOW is a must-read for all lawyers.  (Important enough that I bumped the post I was planning to publish today.)

Included in Tim’s roundup:

  • Password managers
  • Secure web browsing with HTTPS Everywhere
  • No-track search engines
  • Using false answers to security questions to foil ne’er-do-wells
  • Encrypted telephone conversations and text messages
  • Encrypted files in the cloud
  • Protecting your smartphone camera
  • Using multi-factor authentication
  • Turning on automatic updates
  • Communicating over VPNs in lieu of insecure public WiFi

This is the best of the best.  Take two minutes from your day and read Tim’s post!  While you’re at it, consider subscribing to the Legal Productivity RSS feed for great practice tips on technology, mobile lawyering, marketing, organization, making money, and wellness.