05 Nov

Downtime with Amanda Saxe: On Human Error and Long Walks with Her Dog

Welcome to Downtime, our new interview series spotlighting the people of Kraft Kennedy. We talk a lot about technology here. We figured it’s about time to focus on the humans who make it work. The questions below are a mix of the professional and personal, musings on the information age as well as things we Read more…

30 Oct

Windows 10 v1909 is Coming (November 2019 Update)

Windows 10 v1909 is arriving soon, and it comes with some few new features worth mentioning. The general availability of Windows 10 v1909 is imminent. As a regular practice, Kraft Kennedy monitors any immediate reported issues or hotfixes released prior to upgrading a production system. Over the coming months, as we review and build confidence Read more…

29 Oct

How to Respond to Security Audits: For Small and Mid-Sized Firms

Security Audits Trouble Small Law Firms As cybersecurity audits from corporate clients become commonplace, smaller firms are feeling the brunt. “Now they want screenshots.” “Longtime clients are asking for them.” “There’s just no way.” These were some of the things we heard recently in conversations at a conference for leaders of small law firms. Security Read more…

01 Oct

Never Miss Another Court Date with eDockets

Everyone knows how full an attorney’s calendar can be. While there may be no helping that, a new solution aims to take some of the stress out of everyday scheduling. American LegalNet, also known as ALN Corp, has introduced a one-of-a-kind docketing and calendaring tool called eDockets. eDockets was presented in late August 2019 at Read more…

25 Sep

Microsoft Azure and Office 365 Are Now FINRA and SEC Compliant

FINRA, the SEC, and Office 365 You may already know all about FINRA, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, as it is the largest independent regulator of security firms in America, responsible for governing business between brokers, dealers, and the investing public. But most people know FINRA as a behemoth that has enforced penalties levied to Read more…

13 Sep

Patching Horror Stories

BALTIMORE’S PATCHING MISTAKE On May 7, 2019, the City of Baltimore was hit by ransomware. A month later, in June, Ars Technica reported that the city had already lost $18 million. At that point, it was still far from full recovery. Less than a third of employees were back at work. Many were using “paper-based workarounds.” How Read more…

29 Aug

“Office 365 Undelivered/Pending”- Something Phishy

You probably already know what “phishing” is. You probably know not to click on suspicious links or open suspicious attachments in an email message. You almost certainly know not to tell others your passwords or type them into suspicious websites. Security isn’t so hard, right? Yet… “Suspicious” seems like an awfully subjective criterion. That message Read more…

28 Aug

ILTACON 2019 Recap: The Team Shares Impressions

Fresh from the conference, the Kraft Kennedy team takes stock in an ILTACON 2019 recap. Here are our impressions, musings, favorite memories, and industry predictions.     Dominick Ciacciarelli, Practice Group Leader, Infrastructure & Enterprise Systems The legal industry has stopped asking if it should or shouldn’t go to the cloud, and has started asking Read more…

15 Aug

Choose Your Own Adventure: ILTACON 2019 Preview Digest

With a focus on cloud, security, and automation, the ILTACON 2019 session grid looks especially promising–and potentially overwhelming. How can you make the most of the conference? Over twenty years of ILTACON have taught us to think about our goals and plan ahead accordingly. Consider what you would like to get out of ILTACON 2019. Read more…

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