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Driven by ever-increasing costs for computer infrastructure and the resources necessary to manage it, law firms and their clients have begun using hosted services and solutions available through the Internet for their required IT needs. Commonly referred to as “cloud computing,” these service models provide infrastructure, software or platforms via the Internet, rather than through more traditional on-site hardware and software installation and support. Technological developments have spurred somewhat of a “perfect storm” for the growth of cloud service providers, but clients and lawyers weighing this option must address the evolving legal risks inherent in this model, and may need to consider taking an umbrella before stepping “outside.”
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