by David Gracey Researchers at Moscow-based security company Kaspersky just this week uncovered a computer virus that has infected thousands of computers around the world.  The virus, called “Flame”, has been quietly spreading to vulnerable computers for about 2 years.  It has been dormant all this time which has allowed it to spread undetected.  Recently…

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by Tony Rushin I’ve held off loading Documents to Go (DTG) on my iPad.  I know Jeff Richardson (iPhoneJD blog) says DTG is, “an essential app for almost every lawyer, especially any lawyer that uses Microsoft Exchange (Outlook) for e-mail.”  However, I never really liked the fact that DTG wasn’t the same as having the…

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by Richard Stokes Everyone’s familiar with the phrase “information is power”.  And “Seinfeld” fans remember Newman, when he was asked about working in the post office, saying, “Just remember, when you control the mail, you control…..information.”  Anyway the point of that tangent is that as a society we are bombarded with so much information today…

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by Tony Rushin Okay, I’ll admit it: I’ve had Siri envy.  I have an iPhone 4 and like it.  However, I also see the productivity that David, my boss, and Luann, my wife, get out of having Siri on their iPhone 4S.  Six weeks ago, as I was preparing for a mobile device lunch &…

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by Tony Rushin As reported in the ABA Journal [July 8, 2011 Litigators Provide iPads to 20 Clients, to Help Them Stay Connected to Cases],  last year two litigators at the Phoenix, Arizona law firm, Fennemore Craig, provided iPads to 20 clients in their biggest cases. Corporate clients generally have smart phones and other cutting-edge…

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by David Gracey Although all of our clients are Atlanta-based businesses, I’m going to talk today about something that is important to everyone: protecting the data on your home computer.  In the business world we have specialized staff and advanced data protection solutions that keep companies up and running.  But for someone’s home computer, protecting…

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by Richard Stokes In my world, the programs that I most frequently use and have open on my desktop are; Word, Excel, Outlook and then some flavor of a browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla or Chrome).  One of the things that is great but also frustrating about Windows 7 is that when you want to open…

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