Richard Acello, Get Your Head in the Cloud, ABA Journal (April 2010 Issue)

From the Article:

“Interest in ‘cloud computing’ is picking up steam among lawyers for several good reasons. Proponents say its advantages center on economy, simplicity and accessibility…But some of the advantages of cloud computing also are reasons for lawyers to be cautious about its use. In particular, the fact that client data and work product are stored somewhere outside the direct control of the law firm raises potential ethics concerns about whether the confidentiality and security of the information is adequately protected within the mandates of professional conduct rules for lawyers.”


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