Following up on my post earlier this week about how some attorneys are using iPads in their practices, I received an email from one of my readers, Ron Elkins, explaining how his firm has done just that. In fact, Ron has written an article (complete with screenshots) that explains how his office:
- accesses its case management system
- views all documents inside its system
- uses GoodReader to access DropBox
- accesses Court records, its state Code, & research in Safari
- handles presentations in Keynote
- dictates with Dragon Dictate
It’s always interesting to me to see "real world" implementations of technology that are so well-rounded. I urge you to visit Mr. Elkins’ post and see for yourself how his office operates and then consider whether any of these processes would benefit your office.