Richard Susskind on Cloud Computing for Law Firms

Richard Susskind posted, in September 2010, some interesting comments on the web re the future of legal IT in law firms. He states that:-

“Cloud computing does the thing, it actually puts the data storage, the computing power, and the facilities that used to be only available to large organisations, make them available to small organisations. I think all these firms are absolutely crucial in bringing and driving technology through into the legal profession. These of themselves it seems to me are more infrastructural issues rather than fundamental strategic issues.”

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8 Responses

  1. Great read! You should definitely follow up to this topic..

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  2. Great read! You should definitely follow up on this topic??


  3. night terror says:

    Well it is usually nice to view something truly helpful over the internet that’s not spammed to death. I set my hat right down to you for not comercializing in every possible way and actually helping people.

  4. I can not quite see it from your end in all my honesty. maybe it is since i’m actual new on that field but I’ll continue reading and shoot an email when I have some doubts if you don’t have anything agains this?

  5. I’ve considered many web logs and I can surely say that this one is my favourite.

  6. Interesting and really very true. Bookmarked.

  7. I found one special article. I totally agree with you

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