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Most firms that I talk to have invested in people and technology and implemented policies and procedures to ensure that their corporate data and/or their client’s data is protected within their organization. Secure servers, offsite back-up, VPNs, document management systems, strong...

In the past six months, we’ve noticed that corporations of various sizes across multiple industries have been turning to SaaS solutions to share large volumes of critical information beyond their office firewall.  More specifically energy, biotech, manufacturing, health care and pension...

One of the most common benefits touted by cloud computing proponents is the economic benefit of switching to the Cloud. With SaaS, there’s no need to purchase servers and software; no need to pay expensive annual licensing fees or software upgrade...

The North Carolina State Bar (NCSB) recently issued a proposed formal ethics opinion (proposed 2010 FEO 7), which may assist lawyers in assessing the risks of using a particular cloud computing product in their law practice. The primary issue addressed by the...

Lawyers have ethical duties to protect sensitive client data. When it comes to storing information in “the cloud,” just as with any other form of storage, taking steps to ensure that confidential client data is protected is imperative. Unfortunately, there are...

Over the last year I’m sure you’ve heard a lot about “cloud computing” and by now you’re probably wondering: what exactly is it? At Webopedia.com, “Cloud Computing” is defined as a “type of computing that is comparable to grid computing, relies on...