Our Cloud for Lawyers Group on Linkedin is generating more and more discussion on cloud computing for the legal profession, now with over 150 professional members. If you are on Linkedin, join the group now to see expert commentary on the following hot topics:-
How is the Legal Services Act Connected to Law Firm Cost Containment?
How the cloud might change cases involving electronic discovery
Cloud computing ‘could give EU 763bn-euro boost.
What are the advantages of a lawyer starting up their own legal practice utilising cloud computing?
IT security in 2011: the road ahead
Is it now cost effective for a small firm to backup on line, if so what is the best option?
The Security and Ethics of Cloud Computing
The US approach to legal blogging and its effect on search engines. UK law firms take note!
Should your law firm have a blog separate from its main website?
How and Why your Law Firm should be using Twitter
“Tesco Law” now approved in Scotland. What impact for the uptake of cloud computing?
How open to outsourcing are the UK’s big law firms in 2010?
Cloud computing has been hailed as a “windfall” for law firms with savings in the millions. Do you see it that way?
Has anyone come across software licensing issues when using cloud?
Once approved for free membership, you are then able to post your own comments and even start your own cloud computing discussions within the group or ask questions to our managing director and other staff.
The LawCloud Computing Blog Team