You or your company just purchased a new software product, and it’s now your task to learn how to use it. To tackle the training, first decide which one of these learning styles are you? The button pusher: I don’t have time for training, so I just jump in, push buttons and see what happens, continue reading »

A high profile wealthy man is found shot to death in his home. The scene appears suspiciously staged to investigating police and in short time, the victim’s wife, a woman not known for her warmth and kindness, is immediately charged with his murder. Her alibi is slippery, and the evidence is stacking up. Her only continue reading »

Today’s Tech Tip comes from a most asked question received on our Ipro Community. Moving your Authorization Server From time to time we get requests on assisting with moving an authorization server. There are many reasons why someone might want to do this, but if you forget to do some small steps, it will result continue reading »

It’s the trend sweeping the nation. Since about 2012, the concept of ditching the cubicle farm for wide open workspaces became the poster child of the progressive workplace. The young and hip flocked to these often start-up companies, but slowly, the concept spread to more traditional companies. In that time, the advantages and disadvantages have continue reading »

We polled our Support team and Ipro Community to find some common questions our product users had and the best resolution. Check back on Tuesdays for more tech tips to help you make the most of your Ipro investment. Pausing Jobs and How This Could Affect Deduplication: eCapture If you are ever in the situation continue reading »

In a previous blog post, we talked about privacy as it relates to fitness wearable devices. To continue on the privacy vein, let’s examine smart speakers like Google Home, Alexa, and Siri. If you use any of these devices, you know the convenience associated with voice commands. Need the time? Alexa has it. Want to continue reading »

If you’ve managed people for any amount of time, you know that engaged employees are the key to a successful company. There are plenty of tips and theories for creating and improving engagement, but I want to focus on one in particular- goal setting. Let’s start with the basics. Do you set professional goals for continue reading »

You can’t talk about eDiscovery without also discussing Artificial Intelligence and its potential impacts on the industry. Some people hear the term and jump to Sci-Fi movies and robots taking over, but it’s much more nuanced than that. You may be wondering how your job will be affected by this new technology. Or maybe you continue reading »

One of the many powerful tools available for use in litigation is video. Video can be used to tell a story, depict a day in the life of someone, see the actual event happening, see a witness’s demeanor during examination, substitute for a witness who cannot attend the trial in person, impeachment and the list continue reading »

Cheesy 80’s song reference aside, privacy in the age of smart EVERYTHING is a serious concern. While it’s convenient, helpful, and even seductive to have all this technology at our fingertips, or wrists as it were, we would be remiss not to consider what we’re giving up in exchange. Consider the situation recently experienced when continue reading »