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Why and How Law Firms Should Safeguard Their Clients’ Data

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TheSoftwareConsultant | Thursday, September 13, 2018 Feature specially written for blog.thesoftwareconsultant.com Feature by: Jean Brandrick Last July, personal security website ASecureLife ranked Nevada as the riskiest state for security theft and it’s not hard to see why. Nevada is known for gambling and spending extreme amounts of money – two very attractive activities for identity thieves and hackers.…

Simple Two-Factor Security That Can Protect Your Data From Compromise

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Alisanne Steele | TheSoftwareConsultant | Thursday, July 26, 2018 Target, Twitter, Time-hop (the list goes on and on) have had data breaches exposing multi-millions of user’s personal and financial information to bad actors.  However, this personal data is just one part of the puzzle if your accounts are protected by additional layers of security.  Two-Factor Authentication could protect…

AlphaDrive for Clio – Seamless (and Painless) Document Automation

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Alisanne Steele | TheSoftwareConsultant | July 16, 2018 So many cloud-based case & matter management systems have a common “Weakest Feature”, the document automation process.  Being cloud-based, the edit-upload-download-edit-upload process for reviewing and editing documents is just plain clumsy in many hosted solutions. AlphaDrive for Clio changes that! With AlphaDrive added to your Clio solution,…