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I’ve been thinking about this when it comes to law firms rusing to “get back to normal”. Are they considering what happens to staff with kids who may or may not be going to daycare over the Summer, let alone … Continued The post Linked: In the Covid-19 Economy, You Can Have a Kid or a Job. You Can’t Have Both. appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider subscribing to the RSS Feed.…
Sarah Anderson lays out one area where being a “know-it-all” is actually pretty dangerous. Unfortunately, many cybersecurity professionals either refuse or fail to accept the basic premise that he/she does not and cannot know everything. This failure or refusal is … Continued The post Do You Know Any Know-It-Alls? appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider subscribing to the RSS Feed.…
New Hampshire removes mental health questions from bar application Taking care about time and place data in eDiscovery – things may not be as simple as they seem – Is that GPS location really accurate? Five Tips for Speaking Virtually … Continued The post What I’m Sharing (weekly) – June 28, 2020 appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider subscribing to the RSS Feed.…
I think the headline is a bit sensationalist, given that the results come from a survey where the context is all of the things you are worried about right now, so the respondents are considering things much more immediate to … Continued The post Linked: Only 31% of Americans concerned with data security, despite 400% rise in cyberattacks appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider subscribing to the RSS Feed.…
I wanted to share this article for two reasons: 1. If you haven’t already done some of these things with your employees working remotely, now would be a good time to do so. 2. If you look at what needed … Continued The post Linked: It’s more than giving ‘em a laptop: Operational & Security Considerations for Supporting the Remote Workforce appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider subscribing to the RSS Feed.…
In the past couple of weeks, we’ve seen two of the bigger conferences in the legal tech and eDiscovery fields announce that they will be totally online this year. Relativity Fest will be 100% virtual, and free to attend. Meanwhile … Continued The post Can a Virtual Conference Add Enough Value to Charge Attendees? appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider subscribing to the RSS Feed.…
The New Normal:Better Than Normal  -For years, we have been told that administrative staff, especially legal assistants, cannot work from home. Apparently, that is not true. INSIGHT: Redesign the Legal System for More Than Just Lawyers It’s About Time! – … Continued The post What I’m Sharing (weekly) June 21, 2020 appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider subscribing to the RSS Feed.…
There is a lot to think about in the article below, things that many companies are still trying to figure out, because the changes we’ve made over the last few months when it comes to where work gets done, are … Continued The post Linked: How The Pandemic Is Forever Changing The Employer-Employee Relationship. And Why That Matters. appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider subscribing to the RSS Feed.…
You know what, I hadn’t thought about this, but it is true. How differently we view a request for a call or quick online chat than we did just a few months ago? “If you think now is a bad time to network it’s because you think networking is about events. It’s not. It’s about connection and conversation. And so, while now is a terrible time for events, it’s a great time for connection and conversation. All the more so because you can more easily expand your geographic reach. Asking for a Zoom call or even a phone call would…
Gone to a protest lately? Seen a lot of advertising about voting, or BLM, or other subjects since then? That’s no coincidence. “Jason Berlin, founder of a voter-registration group called Field Team 6, told the WSJ that such location-based tactics … Continued The post Linked: Political groups use “deeply spooky” protester location data, report finds appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider subscribing to the RSS Feed.…
Microsoft 365 eDiscovery Practical Resources for Law Firms How Organizations Can Support the Mental Health of Black Employees The Estrin Report: How to Convince Your Firm Working Remotely is the Way to Go When Leaders Model Openness About Their Mental … Continued The post What I’m Sharing (weekly) – June 14, 2020 appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider subscribing to the RSS Feed.…
I can get behind this, sharing without reading is a huge problem, so why not nudge people to read it before they share it? “Twitter Inc. will prompt some users to click links to other websites before retweeting them, part … Continued The post Linked: Twitter to ask some users to click link to article before retweeting appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider subscribing to the RSS Feed.…
Earlier this week, I shared a TedTalk video from YouTube about stalkerware. If you clicked over and watch it on the actual YouTube page, you may have noticed a number of comments about how nervous Eva seemed giving it, or … Continued The post Public Speaking Reminder – It’s What You Teach People That Matters appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider subscribing to the RSS Feed.…