We’ve written a good amount about cloud computing, including our recent comparison chart of cloud computing ethics opinions. But lawyers aren’t the only professionals struggling to determine if and how to appropriately implement the cloud in their businesses. Last week, the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC), issued an informational paper on outsourced cloud computing for financial institutions. The FFIEC …Read More »
Cloud Ethics Opinions Around the U.S.
Cloud computing isn’t a new concept. The technology, which moves software and data off of your computer and into third-party data centers, has broken through to the mainstream. Major companies like Apple and Microsoft have launched cloud services; commercials and ads for new cloud products abound; and investment firms are pouring money into a wide variety of cloud ventures. But …Read More »
This Week in Tech – July 6th
Rounding up some of the interesting technology news, tips and guides for the week of July 6th: An interesting chart shows that the ratio of PCs-to-Macs sold has dropped significantly over the last eight years. Look for a critical Internet Explorer 9 patch sometime next week. Cisco ran into some controversy regarding features added to their higher-end Linksys routers. At …Read More »
Evaluating Cloud-Computing Providers
Moving your practice into “the cloud,” whether that involves a single application or all of your firm’s data, is not for everybody. But if you’re one of the many practitioners who have decided that there’s a compelling business case for employing cloud computing, it’s important that you do the appropriate research—and ask the relevant questions—to make sure you’re using a …Read More »