LexCloud.ca’s #1 Service Made the Cloud Easy

LexCloud.ca’s #1 Service Made the Cloud Easy

When it became time for KM Personal Injury Law to establish their new office, Karn Malhotra wanted to look at alternatives to in-house servers. He knew what making a capital investment in IT equipment meant: a seemingly endless cycle of server upgrades.

Karn Malhotra

Managing Partner
KM Personal Injury Law

Queen’s roundtable on impact of AI on law in the next decade

Queen’s roundtable on impact of AI on law in the next decade

Artificial Intelligence (AI) promises to bring big changes to the practice of law as well as improvements to access to justice, and increased affordability of legal services. It seems every month new applications are released that take advantage of ever faster computers and the ability to learn from data without explicit programming (see some of our earlier posts on AI: Ryerson AI Challenge, Blue J Legal releases AI software, AI outperforms lawyers).

Queen’s Law recently convened a panel of distinguished alumnae to provide insights on the impact of AI for the legal profession in the next decade.

Why Spectre vulnerability is and isn’t so scary

Why Spectre vulnerability is and isn’t so scary

Late in 2017, several groups of researchers from Graz University of Technology in Austria to Google’s labs, discovered a pair of exploits subsequently dubbed “Meltdown” and “Spectre” that have the cyber security community all abuzz. What makes these exploits so scary is the fact that they allow access to the most sensitive information on almost all the active computers in the world.

ABA reports on technology use by lawyers

ABA reports on technology use by lawyers

The Legal Technology Resource Center of the ABA has released its 2017 survey of technology use in the legal profession.

Key findings include…

There has also been a big jump in cloud usage as it becomes an accepted approach in the profession. Some form of cloud usage among respondents grew by over 40% from 37% to over 52% in 2017.

Apple admits to slowing down older iPhones

Apple admits to slowing down older iPhones

iPhone users have long suspected that Apple was slowing down its older iPhone models. The conspiracy theory was that Apple’s goal was to get users fed up with slow performance to push them to purchase the newer more expensive models and thereby keep device sales (and company profits) up.