Follow these topics: Weekly Links
There are some good tips in this article about protecting your privacy online, some of which might seem a bit extreme. I do, though, have one quarrel with the article that I’ve mentioned before. If you are just now concerned about online snooping because of the change in President, you simply haven’t been paying attention….
From a Fool With a Tool is Still a Fool: How many companies pony up the money for effective training? Very few, which explains why so many companies waste money on newfangled tools that never deliver their promised results. I’ve seen this first hand, over, and over. Here are a couple of risks you take…
Turns out, it’s quite a lot. We’ve all kind of known that Alexa is always listening, and recording, but do we realize how much? Quoting Sharon Nelson’s discussion of another report – Yes, Alexa Does Eavesdrop on You! The author of the article listened to four years of his Alexa archive and found thousands of…
Why Taking a Break is Good for Your Mental Health
Why Is Age Not Part of Diversity and Inclusion?
Data and Time Frames Are Forcing a Shift in eDiscovery Workflows
How ‘toxic positivity’ at work may be damaging your mental health
Google Photos will end its free unlimited storage on June 1st, 2021
Craig Ball Weighs in on Embedded Graphics in Emails: eDiscovery Best Practices
Expect Pandemic-Related Addiction Among Employees
Cybersecurity Threats in 2020 now include Choose-Your-Own-IT (CYOIT)
Legal AI – Don’t Be Scared!
3 Questions Legal Teams Need to Ask Before Deciding on an eDiscovery Solution
How to Ask for Help When You Need It
Are Americans actually more productive working from home?
3 Cybersecurity Tools for 2021 Corporate Budgets
I attended a statewide ILTA event today, for Litigation Support Professionals, that attracted quite a few folks from around Ohio, as well as neighboring states. The sessions were good, and I may have a few blog posts inspired by a few of the things that were discussed, but one thing in particular grabbed my attention….
Despite the fact that we’ve been talking about electronic discovery, and the FRCP were changed 4 years ago to account for eDiscovery, apparently things are still a mess out there in the real world, according to the 2010 ESI Trends Survey from Kroll: Seventy-seven percent of companies are not confident in the repeatability and defensibility…