Video: 8 Best Practices for Moving Your Firm to the Cloud

Cloud computing can provide a secure, resilient, and custom infrastructure as a service if done correctly. In this webinar from the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center, follow along with Cloud9 Real Time as they take us through the eight best practices to help your transition to the cloud be a seamless one. In this video, you will understand cloud security dos and don’ts, discover how to take full advantage of the cloud, and learn how to get rid of your in-house server all together without switching applications.

Thank you to our sponsor Cloud9 Real Time.


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  • Awesome cloud video, it’s about time that companies open their mind and hearts as to what clouds has to offer. There are pros and cons, you just need to weight things up, which are important and not. The things that cloud can do to better your network management capability.

  • Dominik Dziurzyński

    Very useful material. I’m
    doing now research in cloud computing solutions and this is interesting. But
    for me and my CEO’s a little too expensive. Now I’m working with ComZetta. They
    offered me 55 GB, with operating
    system Windows,Daily Backups,open Source, email, calendar, office standard 2010, collaboration, SSL encryption, verification & mobile passcodes, easily add and
    remove members, SSO and Active Directory only for about 50 dollars a
    month. Currently
    we use intranet and internal server where important files are hosted, but it
    isn’t working so well, because we have access only to the shared folders, not
    to all of the data. To post mail we use Microsoft Outlook/Outlook Express, but
    sending everything via e-mail is kind of annoying, so my boss asked me to do a
    research about cloud computers/virtual disks on which we could storage files.