Information Storage: Keeping Our Heads in the Clouds-Downloadable
Information Storage: Keeping Our Heads in the Clouds
This 90 minute web seminar was originally presented live on October 11, 2011.
Practitioners in solo and small firms are seeking new and better ways to transmit, store, collaborate, and retrieve documents over the Internet. Lawyers are moving toward “cloud-computing” rather than traditional computing options. There are many benefits to be sure. But, what problems, if any, are associated with this trend in running a law office? This session will focus on one aspect of this phenomenon; storage of information in the Cloud. Issues to be addressed include:
- What Is “Cloud-Computing”?
- What are Common Cloud-Computing Services?
- Advantages and Disadvantages Are Associated with Reliance on Cloud Storage
- The Ethical Issues of Cloud-Computing
- Cloud storage dos and dont's
- Security Measures for the Cloud-Connected Law Office
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