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Cloud Computing

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Can Lawyers Ethically Store and Transmit Client Info in the Cloud?

Ask the Experts at 2Civility.org: Our law firm would like to reduce our paper and physical storage use and costs by “going to the cloud” with our data. Before we invest in training our attorneys and staff, how do we know what ...

Mark C. Palmer - July 16, 2018
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Tech Systems: Making Your Move to the Cloud

We posed the following question to the practice management technology pros: When will the majority of law firms become fully cloud-based practices? What's stopping them from making the move now? Here's some perspective along with tips on making ...

Joan Feldman - March 9, 2018
LegalWeek LegalTech

Three Takeaways from Legalweek 2018

Will artificial intelligence be "bigger than fire"? Is anything hotter than cybersecurity? For this edition of Friday Tech Tips, we asked Larry Bridgesmith, Christy Burke, Andrea Cannavina, Sean Doherty, Justin Hectus and Rebecca Sattin for ...

The Editors - February 9, 2018
LegalWeek LegalTech

Product Beat: Report from Legalweek 2018

ALM Media’s Legalweek events in New York, which wrapped up Feb. 1, brought together legal professionals and technology providers to address issues facing the legal industry. In addition to technology, programs covered the business of law, legal ...

Sean Doherty - February 6, 2018
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The Essential Cloud: Top Tools for Lawyers, New and Improved

It has been six years since I wrote my initial list of essential cloud tools for lawyers. Since that time, the cloud has become near-ubiquitous. Attorneys are comfortable with it. The smartphone era relies on it. We’re at the point where we ...

Larry Port - September 1, 2017

Defending Against Ransomware Attacks

Cybercriminals tend to target industries that are the most dependent on the timely availability and strict confidentiality of their business-critical information. This means law firms are at high risk. With both on-site and cloud-based data ...

Derek Brost - February 15, 2017

Managed Legal Services in the Cloud

With more attorneys and law firms making the leap to cloud computing services in order to improve the way they operate as a business, companies like Abacus Next are stepping up to provide more comprehensive packages that address every single ...

Joshua Torres-Thorpe - February 6, 2017

Legal Tech Trends: What to Expect in 2017

Finally, 2016 has drawn to a close — and what a long, strange trip! Whether politics, entertainment or legal technology, it was an eventful year, to say the least. Fortunately, legal technology was a bit less tumultuous than the political scene. ...

Nicole Black - January 2, 2017

Will Law Firm Data Be Any Safer in 2026?

Will our data be any safer in 2026? That was the question I was asked to answer at the College of Law Practice Management’s 2016 Futures Conference. As part of a great legal technology panel, my answer was quick and decisive: No, it will not be.

Sharon Nelson - September 29, 2016

Are You Accepting Payments from Clients Online Yet?

You should be ... and it’s easier than ever! Here at MyCase, a leading online legal practice management software, we recently announced the addition of a built-in credit card payments feature to our Payments service. MyCase customers can now ...

MyCase - June 17, 2016