Cloud computing simply isn’t that scary anymore…
Following a recent survey published by Forbes, it is clear that “Cloud Computing simply isn’t that scary any more”.
The survey refers to claims that “a meagre 3% of companies considering Cloud consider it to be too risky.”
It goes on to say “The bottom line is cloud is now just considered the normal way to implement software solutions.”
LawCloud supports this and has seen a consistent rise in the number of law firms in the UK adopting Cloud. It has added a live counter widget to the homepage of its web site showing that it now hosts 83 law firms on its Cloud platform (as at June 2012) and this figure is growing by the week. This is proof that Cloud is a natural way forward for both new starts and existing law firms looking to be Smart and make better use of technology.
The launch of Windows 8 is just around the corner and Microsoft has taken the decision to launch its own tablet device. Whilst the decision from Microsoft to deliver its own hardware for the Windows 8 platform is seen as controversial (in terms of alienating its hardware business partners such as Dell, Acer, HP etc), Microsoft sees this as the way forward and as real a rival to the iPad. You can find out more about their new Microsoft Surface Table here Microsoft Surface Table here or Google Microsoft Surface Tablet to find many up to date news stories relating to its specifications and launch.
Alongside its Security white paper and Law Society Cloud Guidelines response document, LawCloud has now published its Statement of responsibility for security and resilience.
This is supported by 3 new Client Case Studies demonstrating the success of the Cloud and its impact on 3 small law firms.
If you would like to find out more about best practice for law firms adopting Cloud, please do not hesitate to contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
We have gained a wealth of experience over the years and LawCloud is now recognised as one of the foremost suppliers of Cloud based legal software in the UK.