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Tag Archives: Google Apps

The Time I Became a Google Apps Referral Partner

If you’re looking to join Google Apps for Business, contact me for a referral code to save $10 per user.Continue Reading

Google Apps Will [Not] Replace Your Law Practice Management Software

Legal practice management software is an important element in any law firm, despite your reliance on Google Apps as an alternative.Continue Reading

Add-ons for Google Docs and Sheets

Google Docs and Sheets got a new easy-to-access set of add-ons to expand your productivity when creating docs or spreadsheets.Continue Reading

Comparing Terms of Service: Part 2 – Google Apps and Microsoft Office 365

This is the second part of a two-part look at the terms of service of some cloud computing providers.Continue Reading

Comparing Terms of Service: Part 1 – Bitcasa, Dropbox, and SpiderOak

This is the first of a two part examination of the terms of service for the major cloud storage providers.Continue Reading

The (New) Benefits of Google Apps

Google Apps for Business is a great resource for sharing calendars, managing email, and storing files.Continue Reading

Google Apps Vault

Today, Google announced the availability of Google Apps Vault to all Google Apps customers. According to Google, “Google Apps Vault helps protect organizations of all sizes from lawsuits by enabling organizations to find and preserve email messages that may be relevant to a particular lawsuit. That saves time, effort, and costs associated with responding to litigation orContinue Reading

Google Discontinues Services

Users beware. Beginning January 4, 2013 (or sooner for some programs), you’ll no longer have access to some features in Google Calendar, including the popular Calendar Sync. Google will discontinue some lesser-used services in favor of more robust support for their more popular products. The one concern I have is Calendar Sync, which fortunately won’tContinue Reading

Taking Heat for Comments on Gmail

Please, please, let me explain myself! I wrote this post on the necessity for lawyers to brand themselves using something other than joesmithlawyer@gmail.com. The concept is simple: Gmail is becoming the next AOL when you’re talking professionalism. I’m taking a lot of heat for those comments. I didn’t mean to imply that Gmail doesn’t haveContinue Reading

Should my Lawyer Have a Gmail Account?

One of the interesting search hits to my site this week was “should my lawyer have a Gmail account.” Then, shortly after seeing that search term, I heard an advertisement on the radio encouraging listeners to “move from your free email account that scans your messages for search phrases and advertising, to [this provider].” The hope, atContinue Reading