by Richard Stokes As I mentioned in a blog post last month, I’ve found Flipboard to be a great tool for keeping me informed in my interest areas. I recently used it to do some research on Personal Health Records for a reporter interview that I did with Robert Cheek, Network 1 Team Lead Engineer.…

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by Tony Rushin With Outlook you can make different categories of email show up in different colors. Emails from the boss? Put them in blue. Best client? Have them show up in red. Emails you’re cc’d on? Color them gray. You do this through Conditional Formatting.  Let’s say I want all of the emails that…

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by David Gracey Every week brings national news of yet another corporate security breach costing the company hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages and fines.  With the vast resources spent on protecting the IT infrastructure of Fortune 500 companies, how is the small business supposed to protect itself on a limited budget?  The answer…

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by Richard Stokes I’m sure you’ve either heard or seen the ads on TV for all those ‘speed up your computer’ programs you can buy for the low, low price of just $19.95!  Well, when it comes to these sorts of offers, I have a very healthy sense of caution and mistrust, especially when it…

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by Tony Rushin Predictive coding, aka computer-assisted review, is an evolving technology that provides litigants an alternative to the time and cost of manual review of large document sets.  Attorneys select a sample set, or “seed set,” of relevant and irrelevant documents, which are then coded as the baseline for the automated collection and review of…

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by Tony Rushin Ever want to clean up a conversation string of emails?  You know, the email that got sent out to 5 different people and then went back and forth several times while the email thread (Microsoft calls this a Conversation) kept getting longer and longer?  Because redundant messages crop up in email Conversations,…

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