By Seth Hallem, Mobile Helix CEO and co-founder
On March 28th, the Department of Justice confirmed that it had successfully unlocked the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone 5C without Apple’s assistance. On that same day, the US government moved to vacate a California court order that had attempted to force Apple to assist in the decryption of the device. While the legal maneuverings are fascinating in their own right, the conclusion leads to an even more fascinating technology discussion – how did the FBI crack the iPhone, and what are the implications of this successful hack? Continue reading
By Ilya Dreytser
You may not want to send that second factor SMS code to your phone.
The new ILTA Spring 2016 Peer to Peer magazine is out! View the HTML5 Flipbook or download the PDF here. Don’t miss Ilya’s article on page 42.
With today’s increasingly mobile-enabled workforce, receiving secondfactor
authentication tokens by SMS (text message) or by mobile app is
becoming completely ineffective. Is it time to bring back physical secondfactor
authentication tokens? Or is it time to move on to a biometric option?
The Mobile Helix ILTA Roadshow is landing in Boston on March 31st. Meet with Legal IT peers for lunch and to learn about mobility for lawyers.
Details and registration here.
See you on the 31st!
The Mobile Helix ILTA Roadshow is headed to Chicago. My kind of town. Learn about legal mobility, catch up with Legal IT friends, and have lunch in fantastic Chicago.
Details and registration here.
Security is on the minds and the agendas of Legal IT teams. It’s no wonder. The Legal profession is no different than the rest of the business world. Experian, Trump Hotels, Ashley Madison and the FBI are just a few of the organizations to suffer from major data breaches in 2015. Continue reading
Each December the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) publishes their tour de force Technology Survey. Where BlackBerries were indispensable, iPhones dominate and iPads are nearly ubiquitous – but the Legal mobility scenario is dynamic. Here’s a look at three charts from the survey.
Microsoft Surface Pro – Making a Run for It
Is it a bird, is it a plane? Is a Surface Pro a tablet or a notebook PC? Whatever you call it, the Surface Pro is on the radar in Legal now.
Utah and the Big Apple team up to demo the NetDocuments DMS in the LINK mobile app.
You’ll see how you can work with your docs easily and securely no matter where you are.
View the recording of the webinar.
NetDocuments and the LINK secure container mobile app are integrated to provide a best-of-breed mobile DMS and email experience. Prevent data leakage and ensure doc traceability when using the LINK app with NetDocuments.
• Easy document plus email workflows optimized for mobile
• Compose an Outlook email & attach a doc from NetDocuments
• Send and File-to NetDocuments
• Edit a doc with Word for iOS & check-in to NetDocuments
• Access NetDocuments and the firm intranet in a single app experience from your smartphone or tablet
See you Sunday at Caesars!
Mobile Helix, a pioneer in encrypted mobile solutions for lawyers, announced today that it will unveil the latest features of its LINK mobile app at ILTACON 2015. LINK is a single secure app which enables lawyers to work with DMS, NetDocuments, Outlook, SharePoint, and the firm intranet from smartphones and tablets.
Mobile Helix will demonstrate LINK’s new line-up of features which no other single app offers including: viewable NRL attachments; Send-and-File-to DMS; secure document edit; and search of all repositories, including DMS.
Isn’t this a fantastic photo of Caesars – when it was smack in the middle of the desert?
ILTACON 2015 kicks off at the modern day Caesars Palace on August 30th. The technical content is invaluable and the people are fantastic. Peer-to-peer sharing of successes and networking with like-minded techies are the hallmarks of ILTACON.
If you use DMS including NetDocuments, or SharePoint, mark our session on Wednesday, 3:30 PM, in your conference app and join us:
“DMS & SharePoint – Mobile Productivity is Easier than You Think.”