Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
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Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
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Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
Cloud Solutions for Lawyers
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Smart lawyers are practicing in the cloud! Legal technology expert Tomasz Stasiuk takes you through the best of cloud solutions for attorneys.

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  • remember this “pro” about hosted solution?
    dependable programs that have been around for years. Not new services that are constantly changing.
    CON
    SLOW CHANGE
    because of the huge installed user base,
    don’t expect radical new features
    consistancy
    image (toriose & the hare]
    hosted OS solutions are the tortoise - you’re still using the system you know.
    SaaS cloud solutons are the brash upstart
    they’re leaving the old behind, they’re innovating, things change very fast here.
    [you’re probably excited by one of these and turned off by the other. That gut feeling is a good indicator of whether you would be more comfortable with a hosted OS soluition or a SaaS

  • require internet connection*
    no “offline mode”*
    unlike a syncing service which keeps the data on my computers and in the cloud, cloud based case management is ONLY in the cloud
    if your connection goes down, you travel somewhere where where you don’t have connectivity, your battery dies, or you go to a tech heavy conference and speeds everything is jammed up. you cannot access your data.
    *Clio Express
    Track time and expenses offline.
    string and a tin can
    most of us have smart phone with internet access.
    in theory, you’re still not cut off even if the office internet goes down because you can still use a mobile browser.





  • no fixed costs / pay monthly (forever)
    someone else handles the tech / dependent on connectivity
    great for what’s going on / not so good for getting things done

    $ - you have to be able to afford it
    solos
    solos
    starbucks lawyer
    work remotely from any device, work from your ipad
    remote workers
    main office, but not everyone goes in all the time
    [alternative: set up a VPN (virtual private network) back to your office]



  • [I think it works the best of the currently available cloud solutions
    most bang for the buck
    easiest for most offices to implement







  • very secure
    SSL encrypted transmission
    data is stored in encrypted with AES 256
    data is stored using Amazon S3
    redundantly stored in multiple physical locations
    AWS data centers are housed in nondescript facilities, and critical facilities have extensive setback and military grade perimeter control berms as well as other natural boundary protection. Physical access is strictly controlled both at the perimeter and at building ingress points by professional security staff utilizing video surveillance, state of the art intrusion detection systems, and other electronic means. Authorized staff must pass two-factor authentication no fewer than three times to access data center floors. All visitors and contractors are required to present identification and are signed in and continually escorted by authorized staff.






  • Permission controls
    “Keep content secure and maintain effective user controls. Select what folders individuals and user groups can access. Designate access permissions, including editing, viewing, previewing and uploading. Decide what permissions users can grant on shared files and folders.”

    Reporting
    “Run reports on logins, downloads, edits and uploads for a specified date range. Find and sort usage reports based on logins, download and upload frequency and user group.”

    Branding
    Customize the interface and add your logo
  • very secure
    SSL encrypted transmission
    data is stored in encrypted with AES 256
    data is stored using Amazon S3
    redundantly stored in multiple physical locations
    AWS data centers are housed in nondescript facilities, and critical facilities have extensive setback and military grade perimeter control berms as well as other natural boundary protection. Physical access is strictly controlled both at the perimeter and at building ingress points by professional security staff utilizing video surveillance, state of the art intrusion detection systems, and other electronic means. Authorized staff must pass two-factor authentication no fewer than three times to access data center floors. All visitors and contractors are required to present identification and are signed in and continually escorted by authorized staff.










  • Permission controls
    “Keep content secure and maintain effective user controls. Select what folders individuals and user groups can access. Designate access permissions, including editing, viewing, previewing and uploading. Decide what permissions users can grant on shared files and folders.”

    Reporting
    “Run reports on logins, downloads, edits and uploads for a specified date range. Find and sort usage reports based on logins, download and upload frequency and user group.”

    Branding
    Customize the interface and add your logo

  • Permission controls
    “Keep content secure and maintain effective user controls. Select what folders individuals and user groups can access. Designate access permissions, including editing, viewing, previewing and uploading. Decide what permissions users can grant on shared files and folders.”

    Reporting
    “Run reports on logins, downloads, edits and uploads for a specified date range. Find and sort usage reports based on logins, download and upload frequency and user group.”

    Branding
    Customize the interface and add your logo








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