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Why 2017 May Be the End of Notarization as We Know It

As 2017 swiftly approaches, curious minds want to know: What will be the next “big” technology to disrupt legal processes and documentation? There is undoubtedly an argument for remote eNotarization, or webcam notarization, which enables a signer to have a document notarized remotely using web conferencing technology and digital signatures. Remote eNotarization isn’t the first…

MOBILE ERGONOMICS

Recently, I wrote here at Law Technology Today about my office ergonomics set-up.  For this post, I wanted to follow up with gear that I use when not in my office.  Like many lawyers, I spend a fair amount of my time on the go.  Whether you work on trains, in planes, waiting at court,…

A Look at Security with SaaS Providers

Private cloud offerings including SaaS are growing in our industry largely due to the expense in maintaining hardware and security protocols for client data that law firms have traditionally managed. The expanding data volumes and security requirements complicate those efforts. Data breaches continue to occur, and with companies like AT&T getting stuck with $25 million…

Information Security Threat: The Insider

This is the last of a four-part series on information security threats legal and IT professionals face. In the previous articles, we introduced the issue of information security, and discussed the first two of three common threats: social engineering and the human element and technological exploits. We wrap up this series with the final security threat—the insider. While…

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