Why Go Cloud? Five Reasons Why Lawyers Should Adopt Cloud-based Technology


In a new white paper, internationally respected legal technology expert Brett Burney offers five reasons lawyers should be in “the cloud.” He also demonstrates how cloud computing, or Software-as-a-Service (Saas), offers benefits to lawyers without disregarding their ethical responsibilities.

Burney lays out a strong case that cloud computing meets standards for client confidentiality, professional conduct and ethics, as echoed by the Proposed North Carolina Ethics Opinion and the Arizona Ethics Opinion on offsite back services.

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