Webinar: Security & Ethics of Legal Practice Cloud Computing
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT
“The transition from local desktop and local server-based operations to cloud computing and SaaS (software as a service) is possibly the greatest shift in information technology since the advent of the commercialized Internet.”
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Law Practice Cloud Security & Ethics
While the advantages afforded by legal practice cloud computing are many, several issues arise relating to the relative security of the newer cloud-based systems versus traditional, on-premises setups. In a law firm context, the use of Saas (software-as-a-service) cloud computing raises ethics issues around storing confidential client data.
In this webinar, you will learn the advantages of migrating traditional desktops and server-based software to the cloud for law practices of all sizes. We will discuss best practices, risk analysis and implementation. Find out how you can move to legal practice cloud computing to save time & money with all your applications, data and users in one centralized location.
The advantages of migrating traditional desktop and server-based software to ‘the cloud’ are numerous for law practices of all sizes. Legal practice cloud computing typically reduce or eliminate altogether the large advance licensing and server payments, offer markedly reduced consulting and deployment fees, and eliminate the never-ending “upgrade hamster wheel” typically associated with conventional desktop and server-based applications. Cloud-computing also offers “anytime/anywhere availability,” an increased level of access, and compatibility with both Windows and Mac operating systems.