In March, LawyersUSA reviewed my latest ABA book "Cloud Computing for Lawyers." This book provides lawyers with an overview of the issues they need to understand when using cloud computing in their law practices.
Here are a few choice excerpts from the review:
This book surveys all the major considerations--risks, benefits, ethical pitfalls and practical advantages--of practicing law in the cloud, especially for solo and small firm lawyers who don't have access to an in-house IT department...
Especially useful are checklists and detailed questions to ask when shopping for cloud proivders--questions that incorporate many of the practical, ethical, privacy, and security issues the book raises.
Black also offers a full chapter summarizing and comparing some of the better-known cloud computing apps for law practice management, virtual office practice, data storage, email encryption, and digital dictation...
If this sounds like a book that you might find useful, you can purchase it here.
Nicole Black is a Rochester, New York attorney and the Vice President of Business Development and Community Relations at MyCase, a powerful and intuitive cloud-based law practice management platform. She is also a GigaOM Pro Analyst and is the author of the ABA book Cloud Computing for Lawyers, co-authors the ABA book Social Media for Lawyers: the Next Frontier, and co-authors Criminal Law in New York, a West-Thomson treatise. She is the founder of lawtechTalk.com and speaks regularly at conferences regarding the intersection of law and technology. She publishes four legal blogs and can be reached at email@example.com.