Technology

Time to take a break from the office and enjoy the weather! Summer is prime hiking season, and below are some apps that make it easier than ever to find great trails and help you keep track of hikes. If you’re not the hiking type, you can use a couple of these to simply keep […]

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People are looking for professional legal services online. If you own a small neighborhood law office, then potential clients could be looking for you on the Internet. When they come looking, you need to make sure that you are easily found. To that end, create a local listing with a search engine. This listing will […]

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As part of the Colorado Bar Association’s goal to be essential to your practice, we are excited to announce that effective May 1, all of Casemaker’s premium services are FREE to CBA members—an additional value of $450 per year! These premium services include Casecheck+, which works like Shephard’s® and KeyCites® to notify you instantly of […]

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The days of VPN, desktop practice management software, and ftp file sharing have given way to online applications like Google Apps, Dropbox and online practice management solutions. Fast, cost-effective, and easy-to-use, law firms of all sizes are moving to cloud-based systems to run their operations. How secure is a cloud-based system, however? Join Doug Edmunds, […]

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By Guest Blogger, Loretta Ruppert There is no denying the cloud is having its moment in the legal industry. While some attorneys claim to be “die hard” cloud proponents, others aren’t as convinced. In order to determine where attorneys’ perceptions stand on the issue, LexisNexis recently conducted survey titled: Cloud Technology in the Legal Industry. […]

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By Phil Shuey Law firms are confronted with software upgrades frequently – usually, at least, annually. The decision to immediately upgrade is tempered with the admonition, “If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it.” Added to that is the cost of the upgrade, the dislocation which might be caused by a new learning curve and the […]

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Guest Post by Natalie Henley,  presenter of the Feb. 26 Tech Tuesdays program on Search Engine Optimization It’s getting harder and harder to stay on track of SEO best practices. A decade ago, the SEO formula was simple. Website owners needed only to find a good keyword that they wanted to rank for in Google […]

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A lot changed last year in how to get great rankings in Google & drive results online. Get the latest tips, tricks & tools to help you get top rankings in Search Engines & drive targeted traffic and leads to your website. Tech Tuesdays-Search Engine Optimization from Colorado Bar Association on Vimeo.

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Are you using Adobe Acrobat to its full potential? Leah Peabbles of DCNC shows how this robust program can help with email management, document merges, PDF editing, and more. Adobe Acrobat: Beyond PDF Conversion Adobe from Colorado Bar Association on Vimeo.

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Top 12 Tech Gifts for 2013

by Alexa Drago on November 25, 2013

When it comes to holiday gifts, books are always a good idea. But it is 2013, and there’s no denying the electrifying appeal of the innumerable amount of “techie” gadgets on the market. Whether you’re looking for gift ideas for family and friends or items to put on your own wish list, the following products […]

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