In one of its “pat-itself-because-it’s-totally-awesome” posts from the Official Google Enterprise Blog, the authors featured Eric Hunter, Director of Knowledge Strategy and Technology at Bradford & Barthel, LLP, a mid-size law firm in Southern California.

Mr. Hunter spoke about their firm’s switch to Google Apps and some of the benefits for law firms.

I suggest you read it. As I’ve stated, Google Apps is a robust platform for managing email, contacts, calendar, documents, and a slew of other tasks without needing a PhD in computer science.

Jeff Taylor

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The Droid Lawyer™ | You Ask, I Answer: MS Exchange and Android · February 25, 2013 at 9:01 am

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