We understand the modern firm and their attorneys need to have access to data, email, and communications well beyond the walls of the office, with deep expertise in:
Document Management Integration
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Practice Management Systems
Accounting Software & More
EXP can help mitigate IT costs through vendor management, provide custom road-maps and technology planning whether your firm is a single attorney, or 100.
Whether you’re just starting out, or already established we’re here to help!
How skeptical are you when you get an email, purporting to be from your boss, asking you to buy gift cards for the staff? How do you weigh the subtle red flags contained in that email versus wanting to just do your job?
In my first post on this topic, I highlighted some excellent yet overlooked apps and add-ins for Office 365. Since there are so many, here’s another subjective selection of underappreciated gems that can help you be more productive.
Some of Office 365’s features are well known: email in the cloud, always up-to-date Office suite software, anti-spam and anti-phishing filters, and OneDrive storage to name a few of the most popular. But who will sing the praises of its lesser-known features? I will!Below is a brief overview of some underappreciated gems that can make your life easier.
Since their creation 1994, SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificates have been required for websites that share confidential information. They work by encrypting all the traffic between your web browser and a website, making it harder for someone to track what you are looking at from your workstation.
George Carlin once said, “Electricity is really just organized lightning.” Well, what happens when that lightning gets chaotic? Or unpredictable? Or worse, just up and disappears?
If you have any form of electronics at the heart of your IT infrastructure (spoiler alert: you do) then you […]
“Imagine a typical Seattle weather day (excluding July and August maybe). You’re heading out for a mixed day of fun and errands that may include visiting the local farmers market, taking the dog for a walk, making a trip to a taco truck, and maybe a hike around Discovery Park. You’ll do some walking, some driving and move between indoors and outdoors. How do you dress for this multi-faceted excursion? Layers. The answer is always layers.”
Patty Sather celebrated 15 years with EXP
EXP had a triple celebration this month. We called it our 5-10-15 party!
Good food and good times were enjoyed by All! We are looking forward to the next 15 years of working with such great people and providing outstanding […]
We are thrilled to announce that Pat Cooke has joined EXP as VP of Business Solutions. Pat has over 25 years of IT leadership experience. His last position was as Chief Information Officer at CellNetix Pathology – a national healthcare organization based in Seattle. Pat […]
EXP Technical has moved! After 10 years in the Maritime building, we have moved to the Puget Sound Plaza Building at 1325 Fourth Avenue, suite 1540 near Benaroya Hall and Westlake. Please stop by and see our beautiful new offices overlooking Elliott Bay.