The goal of this white paper is to present the issues CIO’s, managing partners, and other technical decision makers need to consider when thinking about which direction to go regarding on-premise or cloud legal software for their firm.
A simple definition of the cloud is that it allows you to use computing resources that you don’t have locally in your office.
Via the cloud, a smartphone, tablet, or computer, lawyers can leverage software, storage space, and computational power that most can’t supply and maintain on their own.
State bar associations, conscious of the rapid, widespread adoption of the cloud by lawyers – along with many other professionals – have responded by permitting lawyers to use cloud solutions for legal practice management, provided they perform due diligence to verify the reliability of the cloud software provider.
In this white paper, you'll discover:
- Details about data ownership
- Security in the cloud
- Budget considerations
- Much, much more!