Many professionals use SharePoint because the law firm is using the Microsoft suite of tools and SharePoint is installed for all users. It is specifically designed to give enterprise companies and individual professionals a secure place to store, organize, share and access information from almost any device. There are several SharePoint tools including SharePoint Online, SharePoint Designer and SharePoint Workspace, and each has its own unique purpose that can help lawyers manage their files and communicate with their peers in a more efficient manner.
How To Use cloudHQ For Lawyers
CloudHQ is one of the most popular data replication services, and many small businesses and professionals use cloudHQ for consolidation, collaboration and backup. It may sound complicated, but actually cloudHQ is VERY simple to use, and it's completely automated, so you can simply set it and forget it, and cloudHQ handles the rest. But what exactly does cloudHQ do? And how can cloudHQ help us lawyers be more efficient?
How To Securely Back Up Legal Presentations
Legal presentations have become a common occurrence in courtrooms and trials all across the nation. And it's not uncommon to see mobile devices being used by lawyers to present their presentations to the court. Cloud computing has revolutionized the procedure that courtroom proceedings follow. Now lawyers have unlimited, anytime access to their documents and presentations. But there has always been one concern — security. It's bad enough if an unauthorized user is able to access and read your confidential files and presentations. That can lead to cases of blackmail, and can actually help determine the outcome of some cases. But even worse — what of the unauthorized user that access the account deletes files, including important presentations? How securely are your files backed up? Can you access the backup from anywhere, at any time? What if your cloud provider goes down for maintenance during court, will you still have access to the most current copies of your presentations and other documents?
BYOD Is Top Challenge For Lawyers In 2014
We've covered Bring your own Device (BYOD) for legal professionals several times in this blog- how to implement a BYOD program, how to secure the mobile devices, how to minimize risks of information security breaches in the cloud, and much more. But what does the future hold for BYOD in the legal profession? The increase of successful cloud-based attacks is a red-flag alert for lawyers who deal with sensitive information on a daily basis. A recent survey of legal counsel from Fortune 1,000 companies showed that BYOD will be the #1 e-discovery challenge for lawyers in 2014. So what will 2014 hold for BYOD, in and out of the courtroom?
Cloud Data Encryption For Lawyers
Cloud security has been in question ever since cloud computing first began its popular surge several years ago. However, in recent years it has improved to the point where it is just as secure, if not more, than on-premise implementations- if the proper security policies are followed and optional features are implemented. In this article we will take a look at cloud data encryption and data loss, and how to prevent it.
How To Protect Your Mobile Data
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