The best part of buying a new tech gadget is that first hour after opening the box. Everything is sleek and shiny. Each feature has exciting possibilities. All you can think about are the many ways that your new device will make your life better. Then, the honeymoon phase is over, and you must realistically consider how this device fits into your average day. That part isn’t nearly as much fun, which is why many people end up using their new gadget as a very shiny, expensive paperweight.
So, how can the average user go new iPad owner to iPad master? Brett Burney, a legal and technical consultant, saw this as an opportunity to share his experience and help firms use technology more efficiently. He created "iPractice on an iPad," an online course focusing on using the iPad to its full potential in a legal environment. The course consists of short video ‘sections’, which are then grouped into Modules based on a specific topic (e.g. “Managing & Organizing Files”).
Reminder: you practice law in an era defined by digital mobilization. Everything from ordering dinner to buying a car can be accomplished on-the-go from your phone, and chances are, your tech-saavy peers are taking full advantage of the convenience and efficiency that these emerging services provide.
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Google recently announced a new change in its algorithm that ranks mobile-friendly websites higher in search results. What does this mean for your law practice? It means you need to optimize your website to be mobile-friendly and you need to do it now. It also means that new opportunities will open to communicate with potential clients by creating an interactive experience through a sleek, user-friendly mobile interface.