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Linked – It’s Now a Crime to Fly With a Note 7, So Please Return Them

If you plan to fly, you’ll have to leave your Note 7 at home. The FAA now states that passengers may not carry the phone “on their person, in carry-on baggage, in checked baggage, or as cargo.” If you manage to get it on a plane, you’ll be forced to power it down immediately. If…

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Linked – Re-discovering eDiscovery or: How I learned to stop worrying about the bubble

The lawyers in both instances understood there are technology solutions and process workflows that would help them, and they are content to leave it at that.  In private conversations some demonstrated intellectual intrigue for what we do – after all, when you are one of the few discovery solutions providers at a conference without a discovery focus, you…

Linked – Will Consumers Accept New Tech That’s Eradicating Fraud?
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Linked – Will Consumers Accept New Tech That’s Eradicating Fraud?

Pop quiz: Can you rattle off the number of your favorite credit card? Extra credit: What about the customer identification number on the back of the same card? That second three- or four-digit code has been known to trip up even the greatest credit card connoisseurs on occasion, but that’s sort of the point, as it’s…

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Linked – Programmers really hate open floor plans

Facebook’s new eight acres of open-floor office space in Silicon Valley, on the other hand, is a good example of what Spolsky thinks companies should not do. “I think Facebook was very pleased with themselves, that they had built what they thought was the ultimate, most amazing place for developers,” he said. “And if you…

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Linked – Dropbox update brings iMessage app, PDF signing, Today widget

Dropbox today rolled out a big update for its iOS app, adding a number of nice new features. In addition to an iMessage app for iOS 10, the release also brings the ability to sign PDF documents and a handy Today screen widget. These are pretty nice updates, especially having the ability to sign PDF documents right on…