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Cloud-computing for Law Firms

 
 
Wed 10 Jan, 2018 10:27 pm
Data security remains an issue and concern. But why are law firms still reluctant to migrate to cloud-computing platform while others are already running their businesses on it?
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Thu 11 Jan, 2018 08:10 am
@donharold011617,
Attorney-client privilege issues up the yin yang. If cloud security is compromised - and we both know that is very, very possible, then it's a massive ethics violation and potentially a way to be on the receiving end of a malpractice lawsuit.
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