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?
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?
Top 5 Trends For Lawyers In 2014
Cloud computing trends have been steadily increasing in the last several years and 2014 appears to be set to continue this trend. New cloud startups are being created on a constant basis, and existing cloud services are becoming more sophisticated. The power of cloud computing is pushing mobile trends to new heights as well, the two actually work very well together. Cloud providers are creating mobile apps that allow lawyers to access the cloud services from any mobile device. So if a lawyer creates a document database on a cloud service such as Box or Dropbox, these documents can be accessed quickly on a mobile device from any location that has internet access.
How To Protect Your Mobile Data
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