22 Jan

New York’s Updated SHIELD Act: Data Security Laws Grow Bolder

Perhaps most interesting, the law allows fines simply because an entity does not have reasonable data safeguards in place, even if no breach has actually occurred.

08 Jan

Downtime with Sulabh Upadhyaya: On Freeing Users and Big Bang Moments

Sulabh shares with us his career wisdom, DJ name, and favorite ambiguous catchall phrase.

18 Dec

Having SSO Issues with iManage? You’re Not Alone, and Here’s the Fix

Are you seeing SSO Issues with iManage? iManage released an advisory announcement yesterday that affects customers authenticating to iManage via Azure SSO using a desktop client such as DeskSite, FileSite, or the Work Desktop. The issue applies to both iManage Cloud and on-premise environments. When attempting to log in, users may see Microsoft redirect popup Read more…

04 Dec

5 Things Law Firms Should Look for in a Managed IT Service Provider

Are you in the process of searching for a managed IT service provider, or questioning whether you’ve partnered with the right one? Here are five things you should look for. 1. 24/7/365 service Whether it’s a client calling from another time zone or a filing deadline that has the whole litigation team up past midnight, Read more…

26 Nov

Urgent ActiveX Component Update for NetDocuments Customers

An urgent ActiveX update needs to be installed by December 5.

20 Nov

Downtime with Ticho Medrano: On Specialty Cheese and Breakdancing

An interview in which Ticho Medrano, Network Engineer, reveals his b-boy name and other things we didn’t know about him

19 Nov

What We Learned From the 2019 ILTA Technology Survey

Drawing conclusions from the the 2019 International Legal Technology Association Survey

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…

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