Updating Technology

Using up-to-date technology can keep your firm competitive and make work easier. Get help by resources available from the ABA's Legal Technology Resource Center, CUNY’s Tech Center, and your State Bar's Lawyer Assistance Program. Learn how to automate by reading articles about client portalsclient relationship software, document automation, Microsoft 365,  keeping time, and virtual assistants, Also read ABA books about automationcomputers, collaborationcybersecurity, and technologyUse the following Technology Checklist to assure success whether working from an office, home, or on the road.

Billing (Bill4Time, PC Law, Quicken, Tabs3, TimeSov, Zola, etc.)
Bookkeeping (e.g. QuickBooks and ZipBooks)
Client Relationship (e.g. Aptivo, Clio Grow, Salesforce, or Zoho CRM)
Conferencing (e.g. Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, or Zoom)
Email Marketing (e.g. Constant Contact or Mailchimp)
Employee Incentives (e.g. Bonusly)
Office Productivity (e.g. Office365 or Google Workspace)
Pasword Manager (e.g. Dashlane or Last Pass) 
PDF Creators (e.g. Adobe Acrobat or FoxIt)
Phone (e.g. RingCentral or Skype)
Practice Management (e.g. Clio Manage, MyCase, Practice Panther, and Rocket Matter)
Reputation Management (e.g. Birdseye or Podium)
Social Media Management (e.g. Hootsuite or Sprout)

Accessories (e.g. headset, microphone and speakers)
Docking Station
External Monitors
Laptop (e.g. Apple Mac Book Pro, Dell Latitude or Microsoft Surface Pro)
Peripherals (e.g. wireless keyboard and wireless mouse)
Scanner (e.g. Fujitsu or ScanSnap)

Virtual receptionists
Virtual assistants 


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