Purchases such as a scanner, PDF software, a large monitor, and a smartphone will improve your office without breaking the bank.
Increase your efficiency even further by adding multiple monitors, a speakerphone, and a new printer—and what about that iPad you’ve been coveting?
For $5,000 you can truly bring your office into the second decade of this century while gaining mobility and data protection.
Check out these recommendations on everything from tablets to smartphones to accessories.
Four solos and one small firm lawyer explain how they put all their technology together to overcome the challenges of their practices.
The Technology & Practice Guide Editorial Board offers the top choices to make running your practice easier and more efficient.
Once you start adopting cloud services, you’ll find their value irresistible.
A virtual office embraces advances in technology, keeping a lawyer’s practice relevant to clients.
He wasn’t a lawyer, but Steve Jobs made a tremendous contribution to the practice of law.
Finding the tools we need will help us better serve our clients—and carve out more time for ourselves.
2011 Fall Meeting and National Solo & Small Firm Conference Recap; 2011 Difference Makers Award Winners; Support the FJE
Don’t have a partner to cover for you? With these free tech tools, you can still get away.
At some point your office hardware or software will simply need an upgrade. How do you know, and what do you do?
You’ve found websites to turbocharge your office—here are some to help with the rest of your life.
Law-office technology lets you do more in less time than ever before, but the risks can grow very big, very fast.
This text-expansion program will save you so much time, you’ll never want to use a computer without it.