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There are many communication options beyond traditional office memos, email, and telephones. In a previous post, we discussed instant message services, which have certain advantages and disadvantages for professional teams. In this post, we compare several team-based chat applications that are specifically designed to facilitate communication within and among teams in organizations of various sizes. We review a few of the most popular, and most feature-rich applications in this category and describe the pros and cons of each.

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As the powerhouses in technology continue to battle it out for the chance to be your personal voice assistant, your choices continue to grow. Check out the latest salvos in the ongoing Voice Assistant wars.

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When your firm has grown beyond a few people in a small office, instant messaging can help keep communication flowing amongst your attorneys and office staff, but which service should you use? In this first post in our new series on building collaboration within your firm, we review several popular instant messaging services, and identify the pros and cons of each one.

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Today, Google introduced Google Assistant, a voice-activated personal assistant, joining Apple (Siri), Microsoft (Cortana), and Amazon (Alexa) in the battle for the best digital assistant. At first glance, Google Assistant boasts some advantages and a few possible disadvantages with respect to its competitors. Learn how to access Google Assistant now, and discover how this newest digital assistant might affect your SEO in ways that others haven't done.

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I’m often asked if I know any decent apps for writing blog posts on the iPhone or iPad. Until recently I’ve had to answer that I did not, but in hopes of not having to answer that way again, I set off on a quest to rectify that. After trying a large number of iOS [...]

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Bob, the short-lived Microsoft assistant, has met his match. Windows Live, Microsoft’s search engine, now sports an edition anchored by Ms. Dewey. Bob, meet Ms. Dewey. Before you start optimizing your websites for Ms. Dewey, know that the Ms. Dewey search engine is better suited for entertainment purposes rather than every day use. Like all [...]

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AOL Research recently released a collection of search queries that AOL users had entered from March 1, 2006 – May 31, 2006. Attached to the data was the following description of the file contents: This collection consists of ~20M web queries collected from ~650k users over three months. The data is sorted by anonymous user [...]

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