The Google-Powered Law Office, Revisited

Google AppsThe December 2011 issue of Law Practice Today, graced my inbox with its presence, filled with tidbits of information that only the ABA can advertise provide.

There’s one article, called The Google-Powered Law Office, that caught my attention. This article, written by Carole Levitt and Mark Rosch, is actually worth a quick read, and is similar to one of my early posts. I love some of the practical explanations of the Google tools, especially their practicalities and implementation in the law office.

I do have a couple small gripes with the article, such as the suggestion that Google Apps is one of the “online tools,” when in fact it’s the platform for the implementation of the online tools; and their suggestion you purchase an Outlook sync app, when one is included in your paid subscription (you are paying for the service, aren’t you?).

 

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