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Mashup Standards Part 3: JSONP versus CORS by Bex Huff on Feb 6, 2012 in Enterprise 2.0, Oracle ECM, Security, TechnologyIn part 1 of this post, I covered the JSON-P "standard" for mashups. Not so much a standard per se, but a sneaky way to share JSON code between servers by wrapping them in a 'callback' function... For example, if we have our raw JSON data at this URL...



Are You Afraid of Malicious Hackers? by Lawyerist - the lawyering survival guide on Feb 6, 2012 in Legal Technology, data security, no image, quick note, securityBloomberg Law’s Lee Pacchia reports on a case of espionage by (apparently) Chinese hackers who broke into two law firms representing the parties to a mining deal that the Chinese government hoped to stop. Reporter Mike Riley suggests that law f...



One More Chance to Win An ioSafe Apocalypse-Proof Backup Drive by Lawyerist - the lawyering survival guide on Jan 25, 2012 in Legal Technology, backup, data security, hardware, quick note, securityDid you miss out on our ioSafe Rugged Portable giveaway? Well, this could be your lucky day. ioSafe is preparing for the 2012 apocalypse by giving away a hard drive that should survive it. One More Chance to Win An ioSafe Apocalypse-Proof Backup Driv...



The “Indestructible” ioSafe SoloPro and Rugged Portable External Hard Drives by Lawyerist - the lawyering survival guide on Dec 12, 2011 in Legal Technology, backup, securityReviewing an external hard drive is not generally very interesting. The best ones are no-frills, empty drives. Since you cannot test long-term reliability in the short term, the feature that matters most is effectively un-testable. The ioSafe drives...



LAB Update: Better Dropbox Security, Google Voice, iTunes Match v. Everything Else, and More! by Lawyerist - the lawyering survival guide on Nov 21, 2011 in Legal Technology, business phone, Dropbox, file sharing, Google Voice, LAB update, phone, securityThe LAB keeps growing, and the conversations keep going! Here are some of the hot threads from last week. (If the links don’t work for you, you need to join the LAB—it’s free.) LAB member Dan Sherman discovered SecretSync, an encryp...



ioSafe: Backup Drives Secure Enough To Survive the Apocalypse? by Lawyerist - the lawyering survival guide on Nov 18, 2011 in Legal Technology, backup, no image, quick note, securityCan you get an external hard drive rugged enough to withstand fires, floods, and earthquakes? Yes, according to ioSafe, which advertises “disaster proof hardware.” It sent us its external backup drive that is apparently apocalypse-proof.



Backing Up Your Law Practice by Lawyerist - the lawyering survival guide on Nov 16, 2011 in Legal Technology, Practice Management, backup, data security, productivity, security, technologyThis past week, I got a very personal reminder about the importance of being prepared and backing up when my computer stopped working.  To make a long story short, after several of my own attempts and the attempts of an IT professional, we determine...



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