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Georgia’s Eighth Judicial District Uses Technology to Keep Courts in (Virtual) Session

Posted on September 24, 2020

When the pandemic suddenly threw the world into a place of uncertainty and unknowns, many organizations and institutions had to take immediate action to maintain a critical semblance of “business as usual.” For the court system, this meant coming up with alternative ways to keep the judicial process moving forward while at the same time keeping all those involved safe. For many, including the Eighth Judicial District of Georgia, the solution was virtual courtrooms.

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Ryan Barrett talks IT risk management and compliance with Michael Heller at TechTarget

Posted on December 8, 2015

As we start planning for 2016, I’m sure a lot of us will be focused on “doing more with less”. That includes streamlining processes and finding ways to speed up […]


Rogue data access in the legal industry: When the “enemy is us”

Posted on November 5, 2014

All the recent coverage around hacks and breaches got me thinking recently about—of all things— the classic newspaper comic strip, Pogo. This comic strip used to be fairly well-known in […]

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Georgia’s 8th Judicial District administrates justice using SecuriSync

Posted on September 24, 2014

The Eighth Judicial Administrative District is composed of Superior Court judges and senior judges from five judicial circuits across the state of Georgia. And it’s Bob Nadekow’s […]

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BYOD beware: Why employee file sharing is risking your business’ online security

Posted on September 10, 2014

This guest blog is by Shawn Freeman, president of TWT Group, an IT services company based in Calgary, Alberta. For more information on TWT Group, check out their blog. As the workforce has […]

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The top 10 requirements for making your business mobile

Posted on February 14, 2014

If you read our Small + Medium Business Mobile Trends Report, you might be wondering if Apple is the best platform for your business. What about Android? What about BlackBerry?Here’s […]


Can you use SecuriSync like an FTP server for content files?

Posted on January 23, 2014

  I was talking to a SecuriSync customer the other day. He asked me about embedding SecuriSync links into webpages. Could they use SecuriSync kind of like an FTP server for content […]


Avoiding a “Conflicted Copy” in SecuriSync

Posted on January 10, 2014

  SecuriSync is a great tool for allowing multiple people to collaborate on the same files. But sometimes, over the course of collaborating, two people might work on the same file at […]