Moving Your Practice into the Cloud


Web-based technologies are part of an exciting new frontier aimed at delivering efficient, accessible, and affordable products and services to their clients. The rapid advance of web- or cloud-based technologies has opened up a wealth of opportunities that weren’t available to lawyers just one generation ago; chief among these is the ability to open and operate a completely cloud-based or virtual law office.

This article will discuss what technologies help make this new way of working possible, and what considerations should be taken into account prior to opening a law office in “the cloud.” Topics covered include:

* What Is “The Cloud”?

* Moving Your Practice Into the Cloud

* What Is a Cloud-Based Law Office?

* What are the Advantages of Cloud-Based Law Office?

* What Precautions Should be Taken?

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