Staying Secure in the Cloud Age

2017 EDITION

Nine Things your law firm must do to stay secure in the cloud.

Cloud computing is rapidly transforming the way we do business and who we share our confidential client data with. On-premise IT infrastructures are costly burdens to large and small law firms alike, so it’s no wonder that many firms are turning to the cloud to host their applications, documents and email.

Perhaps no industry more than the legal profession must consider security, privacy and ethical issues when moving to the cloud. Unfortunately, not all clouds are created equal. With security and a law firm’s ethical obligations at stake, these are our top five recommendations to ensure your client data remains secure in the cloud.

About the Author: Dennis Dimka
Dennis Dimka is the CEO and founder of Uptime Legal Systems, North America's leading provider of technology, cloud and marketing services to law firms. Dennis is the author of Law Practice as a Service: How and Why to Move Your Law Firm to the Cloud, and was an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year finalist in 2016. Follow Dennis on LinkedIn.

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