Cloud Computing


Managing

Back That Cache Up: Data Redundancy Is Essential for Law Firms

By | Mar.18.14 | No Comments

Nobody ever thinks a data loss is going to happen to them. But it can, and likely will, happen to you, if you practice long enough — and, sometimes, even if you don’t. Insid[...]

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On Balance

Cloud Computing and the NSA: The U.K. Weighs In

By | Jan.08.14 | 2 Comments

Cloud computing in the practice of law has been a hot topic recently. Regulators in the United Kingdom have issued guidance to solicitors commenting on the practice as it stands in[...]

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Legal Technology Trends

Year in Review: Legal Cloud Computing in 2013

By | Dec.19.13 | 7 Comments

Legal cloud computing software is no longer new. What I would define as the "modern era" of Internet-based legal systems — heralded by the launch of Rocket Matter (full disclos[...]

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CLOUD COMPUTING

Ways Your Firm Can Create Motions More Efficiently

By | Oct.21.13 | No Comments

Meeting tight deadlines for filing motions is stressful by itself. But it's even more nerve-rattling when legal research, drafts and comments are scattered all over the place and [...]

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Workstyles

What Do You Mean by “Virtual Law Firm”?

By | Oct.10.13 | 6 Comments

Virtual Law Practice. The legal industry has not experienced such a trendy concept since "per stirpes" hit the scene back in the day. The virtual concept must be doing something ri[...]

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The Future of Law

Practicing Law on Cloud Nine: ClioCon 2013

By | Oct.03.13 | No Comments

Last week at the Clio Cloud Conference in Chicago, the law practice management software company gathered 200-plus faithful users for two days of programming, capped by an exuberant[...]

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