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ACCOUNTING and FINANCIAL PLANNING for LAW FIRMS

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LAW FIRM PARTNERSHIP & BENEFITS REPORT

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PRODUCT LIABILITY LAW & STRATEGY

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LEGAL TECH NEWSLETTER

Cloud Computing Security: More Opportunity, Less Threat

If you follow the legal technology headlines you might have noticed that we've come full circle on cloud security. Rewind seven or so years, and mainstream cloud computing adoption was being thwarted by grave concerns about data security, data governance and data access. As the cloud became more pervasive in many industries globally, the legal market took note and slowly but surely more law firms went to the cloud.

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