Gadgets on the go
The benefits of handheld technology to busy lawyers are obvious. But the security drawbacks to devices such as personal digital assistants are causing some law firms to go back to the tried and trusted laptop and mobile phone combo, writes Kieran Flatt
Do you know what a BlackBerry is? If your first thought is a fruit, try again. If, however, you picture a mobile wireless e-mail pager, congratulations and welcome to the digital world.
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