Cloud Computing for Lawyers

How secure is legal cloud management software?

by Online Legal Software November 21, 2013 Cloud Computing for Lawyers

(US law/generally) Lawyers have an obligation to their clients to maintain their clients’ confidential information.  Lawyers in the United States also have an express obligation to act competently in regard to the technology available to maintain their client’s confidential information.  Given the evolution of technology available in the legal software environment, which has evolved from […]

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The Digital War: Why Cyber terrorism is National Security’s Biggest Threat

by edralyn October 16, 2013 Cloud Computing for Lawyers

What if America could say for sure that the future would be free of the threat of planes flying into buildings, or even suspicious packages full of chemicals? It sounds like a relief. But the reality is that terrorists may no longer need these tactics to seriously cripple the American infrastructure. The Defense Information Security […]

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Cloud Computing In Financial Sector and Legal System

by Lilly December 15, 2012 Banking and Finance Law

Banks, financial organizations and law firms deal with a highly sensitive data that needs to be secured. Their customers provide them with important information that should never be leaked to anyone. This is one of the fundamental characteristics of the modern banking system. Secured data exchange is vital for the financial sector as money trading […]

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Class Action Lawsuit Collaboration

by Cameron Tyler August 15, 2012 Cloud Computing for Lawyers

Lawyers are some of the busiest and most overworked professional people on the planet. It’s not uncommon for attorneys to work 60, 70 or even 80 hour weeks, especially when mired in the details of a current or complicated case. While all business owners are on the lookout for ways to save time and improve […]

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Can the Cloud Revolutionize Law Offices?

by Cameron Tyler June 20, 2012 Cloud Computing for Lawyers

Businesses and companies across the globe are quickly moving to cloud computing, and law offices are no exception. Cloud storage has had a breakout year in the mainstream with Google, Microsoft and Apple announcing their own respective cloud services and independent storage companies widening their suite of offerings to include a hefty offering of cloud […]

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Top 5 Technology Must Haves for Law Firms

by Syd Irfan March 29, 2012 Cloud Computing for Lawyers

Given the intense competition, law firms today need to focus on increasing efficiency so that they can deliver better value to clients. Using technology for automating tasks and integrating activities can increase efficiency and allow attorneys to spend more time on strategies for clients. Given below are the top 5 technology must haves for law […]

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5 Reasons to Guest Blawg

by Legal Author September 13, 2011 Accident Claims

A key component of blogging, guest blogging is, as the term suggests, where a blogger writes as a guest on another blogger’s blog. While this may be obvious, it may not be apparent to some why guest blogging can be useful. Here are 5 reasons why you may wish to increase your own or your […]

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Legal Practice Management and the Cloud: A lawyer looks at LawCloud

by Legal Author January 20, 2011 Cloud Computing for Lawyers

With the official LawCloud website having launched very recently and LawCloud itself launching officially on 2 February 2010 at Microsoft’s office in Edinburgh, it is worth a look at a lawyer’s take on the LawCloud product, as featured in the Law Cloud Computing Blog here.

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