Legal professionals properly place high priority on securing our computer infrastructures to protect client confidentiality.Our desktop screens, however, are often overlooked, as a source of potential security breaches.Is your computer screen visible t… . . . → Read More: Wise Law Blog: Slaw Tips: Use A Screensaver to Protect Client Confidentiality
BY GARRY J. WISELaw Times picked up on our April 30 post about Google’s new mobile compliance requirements with an excellent article last week by writer Michael McKiernan, Focus: Law firms slow to respond to ‘Mobilegeddon’ .I’m quoted in the article quite extensively: For Garry Wise, founder of Toronto-based Wise Law Office, Mobilegeddon came in the middle . . . → Read More: Wise Law Blog: More on ‘Mobilegeddon’
My post @SlawTips today looks at the calls for technological modernization of Canada’s court system.
It may seem like equal parts pipe dream and unscheduled inevitability, but in the context of an acknowledged access to justice crisis in Canada, the call for technological modernization of our nation`s courts seems to be approaching . . . → Read More: Wise Law Blog: eCourts in Canada
Though I’m a long-time Windows user, I’ve certainly done my best over the last couple of years to warm up to Apple’s clearly superior mobile and tablet products.
To be sure, though, I haven’t quite succeeded. Subconsciously, I keep asking myself the same nagging question: “Why can’t I do all the stuff on my iPad that . . . → Read More: Wise Law Blog: Will Microsoft’s Surface be the Tablet for Lawyers?