Cloud Computing


Law Office Technology

Free Your Law Practice’s Computing Budget

By | Sep.09.13 | 7 Comments

Don't let your software party like it's 1999. From 1997 to 2001, I worked for Verio, marketing and selling Internet access and web hosting to businesses. Early on, we had a small [...]

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Practice Tools

What Entrepreneurs Expect from Their Lawyers

By | Aug.14.13 | No Comments

As the world moves faster (and it does, doesn't it?), you have to move faster, too, not only to keep up, but to amaze and astound your clients in a highly competitive field. While [...]

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Cloud Computing Series

What’s New in the Law Cloud?

By | Jul.15.13 | 4 Comments

What’s new in the law cloud is nothing. At least from a technical perspective. “We've fallen into a groove much like back when we had servers,” says Lee Rosen, a divorce law[...]

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AVOIDING RISK

Electronic Discovery in the Cloud: Seven Questions

By | Jul.10.13 | 1 Comment

Cloud-based services can be an efficient and cost-effective way to address a law firm's data management needs. While contracts for cloud services typically address data security an[...]

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Cloud Storage

Dropbox 102: Security Steps

By | Mar.18.13 | 4 Comments

A long time ago, in a life far away—November 2012—I wrote a Dropbox 101 post for Attorney at Work. Commenter Jeffrey Brandt suggested a "Dropbox 102" version to address securi[...]

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Tech Tips

Dropbox 101: Time to Dive In

By | Nov.01.12 | 4 Comments

You’ve heard the hype (Drop Your Data Into Dropbox, The Essential Cloud: Top Tools for Lawyers), read the warnings (Reasonable Care in the Cloud, Stepping Into the Cloud: Prac[...]

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