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Interesting interview over at the InsideLegal blog with Eric Hunter, Director of Knowledge Management for Bradford & Barthel LLP which is based in California and has 73 attorneys and 207 employees. Hunter details the firms 24 month plan to move away from internal applications and move everything over to the Cloud including replacing MS Office with Google Apps. Read the entire interview here. Hat tip to JoAnna Forshee for letting me know about this post.
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First schools, now law firms head into cloud computing
We reported a few weeks ago that Amazon is offering free cloud computing services to educators. Now this report from the Legal Blog Watch that says the drive to lower law firm overhead is causing law firms to turn skyward...
More Legal Issues When Working in the Cloud
With the number of virtual law firms on the rise, expect cloud computing to become more pervasive. After all, because virtual firms do not share office space, it's the most efficient tool for enabling individual lawyers within a virtual firm to share files, prepare joint bills or access common documents...
Microsoft going into the cloud
Here’s an unexpected article from ReadWriteWeb: Ray Ozzie Announces Windows Azure - “Windows in the Cloud”. I say unexpected not because I thought that Microsoft would never get into cloud computing, but rather because it seems early for them to be moving into the space...
Cloud Computing Myths
BusinessWeek has an article entitled Busting Cloud Computing Myths that is a worthwhile read for anyone curious about cloud computing. For example, there is just 1 cloud, and cloud computing always saves you money...
Ballmer: The Cloud Will Bring New Apps to Law Enforcement (PC World)
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer says moving applications to the cloud can help public safety and law enforcement agencies do their jobs better.
"Zittrain on the Dangers of the Cloud"
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Posted by Joe Hodnicki: "Lost in the Cloud, a New York Times op-ed contribution by Johnathan Zittrain, identifies some of the dangers of moving from manipulating and storing data on your computer to doing everything online where you entrust your...
And Other Firms Sued by California Attorney General,
Brown Greer et al.
alleging that the six law firms handling the Vioxx settlement failed to provide money for reimbursements to lien rights of Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) health plans.