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How to Avoid Upgrade Exhaustion

How to Avoid Upgrade Exhaustion A frequently asked question: I have a severe case of upgrade fever. Every time I turn around, there's a new release of my favorite hardware or software, or a new must-have handheld. I need an upgrade strategy. How can I maximize my investment in legal technology, yet not lose pace with essential changes? How can I prevent tech exhaustion? I'd like to spend my evenings watching TV rather than trying to decipher and absorb new product manuals.

By Tom Baldwin

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