Articles with the tag phone are listed below.
The prevasive mantra of an antivirus application on everything suggests you would also need an antivirus app on your iPhone or iPad - but do you? In this brief article we look at this topic, suggest some other articles to read and offer our own view (you don't need it in most cases).
16 Aug 2018 • 54 views
If you are using a tablet or smartphone to work with your LEX Diary and Cases via the web you may find the initial view provides only limited information. Here we show you how to change the LEX view so that you see the full LEX website allowing you to access all the case details, documents as well as run reports.
5 Jul 2016 • 54 views
Don’t you just hate it when you’re in the middle of an important text or email on your phone and the battery dies in a serenade of beeps? Not to worry, we have a selection portable phone charges that will get you up and running again.
19 Nov 2015 • 54 views
Setting up your iPhone or iPad with the 15NBS E-mail is very straightforward and only takes a few minutes. The following instructions take you through the process step by step.
11 Nov 2015 • 54 views
Bar Squared (who produce the 15NBS Diary System) have made an app for iPhone, iPad and Android devices that not only gives you easy access to your Diary but also client contact information. We have written a short guide explaining how to install the app on an iPhone (it is a similar process for Android devices).
12 Aug 2013 • 54 views
Getting full access to the 15 New Bridge Street network remotely involves using a VPN (Virtual Private Network) connection which you can easily set up on an iPad or iPhone.
29 Oct 2012 • 54 views
We have put in place a service to let you print from your iPhone or iPad to the 15NBS network printers. As long as your device is on the Chambers wireless network you can easily an E-mail, webpage or PDF to one of the network printers and here we show you how.
15 Sep 2012 • 54 views
We cannot empahsise strongly enough how important it is that you set a good passcode on your iPhone or iPad - more than just simply 4 digits (though this is better than no passcode at all). Here we show you how to set a good passcode and also configure your device to erase itself should too many attempts be made.
23 Mar 2012 • 54 views