Tag Archives: cloud computing

The Forecast Calls for Clouds: Ethically Embracing New Technology

Get the answers to your questions and explore opportunities the cloud may offer your practice during our free 30-minute webinar on July 24 from 2-2:30pm ET.

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Cloud Ethics Opinion Chart Updated

Cloud is a reality in many practices today, but the potential ethical and security issues leave many lawyers worried. What do ethics opinions on the cloud really say?

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Traveling into the Cloud

If you’re still on the fence about jumping into the cloud, here are a few more thoughts on things to consider, as I’m going through it myself.

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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

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8 Best Practices for Moving Your Firm to the Cloud

Are you still weighing the pros and cons of cloud computing? Planning on moving your firm to the cloud this year? A seamless transition to the cloud can be achievable if you do your research and address the concerns ahead of time. Follow along with Cloud9 Real Time as they take us through eight best practices for […]

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Overcoming Your Fears of the Cloud

Discussions about the cloud have become increasingly frequent among my peers and colleagues. Young lawyers, with few choices except to start their own firms, can’t afford an IT consultant and they are increasingly looking to cloud-based subscription services to handle their data management. Similarly, established firms are having similar conversations as technology becomes ever more […]

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Is the Cloud Right for My Firm?

I am asked this question all the time. From solos to firms with 15 or 20 attorneys, the question arises – Is the cloud right for my firm? The answer is sometimes; it really depends on the firm. Cloud computing has leveled the playing field and allowed smaller law firms to compete with larger firms […]

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Independent Thinking: Small Law Firms Find Their Niche in Hosted Software

Are you still debating a move to “the cloud?” Thomson Reuters has released a free practice management article—the first in their Independent Thinking thought leadership series—that defines cloud technology, and lays out specific reasons why hosted software (a.k.a. Software as a Service/SaaS) has certain inherent benefits to solo and small law firms. In the article Getting Ahead in […]

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Dine Law’s Favorite Things

On September 9th, 105 days before Christmas, K-mart ran the first holiday commercial of the 2013 holiday season advertising its layaway program. That got us thinking and our hamsters mounted the wheel to bring you this post touting some of Dine Law’s* favorite technological things! We’ve put together a short list of six technologies that […]

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Video: To Cloud or Not to Cloud?

Most lawyers have struggled with whether or not to join the cloud. The “anytime, anywhere” accessibility of the cloud is tempting, but the desktop tools lawyers are used to may be too comfortable to let go. In this webinar hosted by the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center, sponsored by Amicus Attorney, explore the options that […]

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