Category «Technology Trends»

Google News’s new look sucks. Please let us revert if we want.

Google recently redesigned and relaunched Google News. For ‘power users’, the site’s new design and navigation has not been a welcome change as David Rothman directly articulates in his article.

Subjects: Search Engines, Search Strategies, Technology Trends

The Last Mile of Contracts: Why Human Teams Are Still Essential

Ron Friedmann gives us a rundown on technology for contracts along with the sound reasons why we still need humans to help create, analyze, and manage contracts.

Subjects: Contact Management, Legal Marketing, Technology Trends

The lady in the photo probably isn’t reading a library book. SEO expert Trey Gordner offers fixes.

How to turn phone-aholics and others into library book readers and gung-ho patrons, if they aren’t already? One answer is greater visibility for libraries on the Web and elsewhere. David Rothman explains that’s what Koios, Troy Gordner’s company, is about. Rothman, a national digital library evangelist, also shares innovative ideas that many libraries can implement to raise their visibility, accessibility and viability now and into the future.

Subjects: E-Books, Libraries & Librarians, Library Marketing, Mobile Tech, Mobile Technology, Technology Trends

New ABA Email Guidelines: How Can Lawyers Comply?

Nicole Black advises lawyers on a range of applications and technology from which they can choose to establish standardized secure, encrypted email communications for all but the most extreme case-related interaction.

Subjects: Email, Information Management, Privacy, Social Media, Technology Trends

The Challenges of a Workplace Bring Your Own Device Policy

John Hawthorne lays out the pros and cons of BYOD policies in the workplace as well as reviewing challenges that arise between employees and IT regarding securing operational data, the lack of clearly articulated and managed use of devices for non work related activities and risks associated with employee activities conducted on personal devices.

Subjects: Cybersecurity, Mobile Technology, Technology Trends

Living in the Cloud … NOT for the Technically Challenged

Pete Weiss shares some insights into the IoT and living in the cloud – a move many of us have not been ready and willing to do but the question of choice regarding this issue remains open.

Subjects: Gadgets/Gizmos, Privacy, Technology Trends, VoIP

College Students and Critical Thinking

Stacy Nykorchuk, an experienced Program Manager and Ethics/Compliance Manager, discusses efforts to advocate on behalf of and to promote critical thinking when Googling and using Wikipedia are often the go-to sources for college students throughout the country.

Subjects: Economy, Internet Resources - Web Links, Internet Trends, KM, Libraries & Librarians, News Resources, Search Strategies, Technology Trends

Yes, Dragon NaturallySpeaking has been worth the trouble for faster writing

David H. Rothman writes about the multiple uses of voice recognition software from the perspective of an expert writer, speaker and typist. Rothman also advises readers on the requisite microphone and boom to enhance the use of voice recognition technology.

Subjects: Gadgets/Gizmos, Product Reviews, Technology Trends

Legal Research at Your Fingertips: Lexis Views, Bestlaw, and Google for Lawyers?

Ashley Ahlbrand is the Educational Technology at Librarian Indiana University’s Maurer School of Law. Her expert teaching and training skills offer readers insights into the role of Google as well as integrative browser add-ons like Lexis Views in preparing students to effectively and comprehensively complete research assignments.

Subjects: Internet Resources - Web Links, Internet Trends, Law Librarians, Legal Research, Legal Research Training, LEXIS, News Resources, Online Legal Research Services, Open Source, Technology Trends

6 lessons from sharing humanitarian data

This is Francis Irving’s concise and focused overview of best practices used by the Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX), a data hub created by the United Nations and used by agencies, NGOs, companies, governments and academics to share data.

Subjects: KM, Technology Trends
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