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How do you know whether your cloud software is sufficiently secure to meet your obligation to protect your clients’ information? Right now, there is no easy answer. You just have to educate yourself and then make up your own mind. That could change as a result of the draft security standards that the Legal Cloud […]
New federal regulations promulgated by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will apply to real estate lawyers. But they are also a pretty solid starting point for any lawyer or law firm. Here’s a summary of the best practices, compiled by Law Technology Today’s Pegeen Turner: Create and implement a written Privacy and Information Security Policy […]
The pathways for breaching client confidentiality — whether due to simple carelessness or inadequate security — continue to multiply as technology advances.
The future may be arriving, but it choosing between Office 365 and Google Apps is still a complex endeavor. Here is what you need to know.
No other North American bar association has gone so far; most are moving in the opposite direction and enabling lawyers to use the cloud.
AbacusLaw has been revamped for the web with feedback from over 4,000 clients. Here's a preview of their attempt to become your next all-in-one technology company.
If you don’t use appropriate technology, you are doing your clients and your ethical obligations just as much a disservice as if you use inappropriate technology. Sometimes, the cloud is the right tool for the job, and sometimes it isn’t.
Staying in compliance with HIPAA is not an easy task. Keep your data safe with these HIPAA-compliant cloud services.
Word files should never be sent as correspondence. It allows unscrupulous people to alter your letters and present them as evidence. Only send PDFs.