“Have you been hearing about how lawyers are working remote and have a “mobile office” but don’t know what that means? Are you thinking about starting your own mobile practice and need some tips? Do you have a law firm that could benefit from more mobile systems and tools? Well, you’re in luck! Today on The Florida Bar Podcast, Adriana Linares and Larry Port, founder and CEO of Rocket Matter, discuss remote access, cloud-based services, laptops, tablets, and smartphones, online collaboration, and what is needed to start a mobile law office.

Topics include:

What it means to be “in the cloud”
Cloud and server security
Practice management programs
Mobile phone systems and PVX software
Note taking, collaboration, and communication tools
Technology trial and error
iPad apps, Microsoft Surface devices, and using Apple computers
Looking first for lawyer specific products
Larry Port, CEO of Rocket Matter, is also a speaker and award winning writer at the crossroads of the legal profession and cutting edge technology. He frequently discusses marketing, design and efficiency, and quality techniques in the software industry that can be leveraged by lawyers and legal professionals. He was named to the 2012 Fastcase 50 honoring the law’s smartest, most courageous innovators, techies, visionaries and leaders. Mentioned in This Episode
Florida Bar Member Benefits Page
Rocket Matter
Grasshopper Virtual Phone System
Phone.com
Ruby Receptionists
Evernote
Slack Collaboration Tool
Microsoft Surface Devices
Trialpad
iJuror
The Mac Lawyer blog
Macs In Law Offices (MILO) group
NetDocuments
Dropbox
Box
ShareFile
legalproductivity.com”

 


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