Vivia Chen, senior reporter for The American Lawyer, looks at Yahoo's recent ban on remote working arrangements and finds it draconian, clumsy, and bad for employee morale.
Toronto-based Gavel & Gown Software Inc. on Tuesday announced Amicus Anywhere, which allows web brower-based access to the 2013 version of Amicus Attorney Premium.
St. Louis, Mo.-based KnowledgeLake, a developer of SharePoint enterprise content management software, has released a free Apple iOS app to capture an image on iPhones and iPads and store it in SharePoint.
Microsoft's new Surface tablet is quirky and occasionally awkward, and demands a fair amount of patience (and practice) from its users. But for lawyers thinking of buying a tablet, it warrants serious consideration.
StickNFind Technologies, a startup using tagging devices to help people find lost items such as luggage or document boxes, announced Tuesday that it intends to ship its Bluetooth-enabled products in April.
Samsung Electronic's new Galaxy S4 smartphone will be revealed March 14 and will have security features that Apple's iPhone lacks, officials claim via Twitter at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Monday.
Legal applications are being developed for new BlackBerry 10 smartphones, which recently began shipping in many European countries and will reach U.S. shores this spring.
When mobile forensic investigators and e-discovery experts work with the latest generation of Apple mobile devices, they remain stumped about how to view encrypted email messages.
ITwin, a network privacy company with offices in Boston and Singapore, has released iTwin Connect, a USB-enabled device that allows users to set up home and corporate virtual private networks and connect to Amazon Web Services.