Public or Private Isn’t the Only Question You Should be Asking about Cloud Solutions: eDiscovery Best Practices In yesterday’s post detailing the discussion of industry experts regarding the adoption of cloud technology within the legal industry, several points of discussion were discussed, including the differentiation between “public cloud” and “private cloud”.  It’s important to know the difference between the two implementations and why you might consider selecting one over the other (and what you need regardless of which one you select).  View Full Post
The Speed of Migration of Legal to the Cloud is Debatable: eDiscovery Trends How fast is the legal industry moving to the cloud?  And, what is holding some law firms back from migrating to the cloud?  These and other questions were discussed in a recent online discussion among industry experts. In an article sponsored by ReplyAll on Bloomberg Law (Live Conversation: Making Sense of Legal’s Migration (or Not) to the Cloud), Zach Abramowitz moderated the discussion and introduced the topic as follows: “The migration of the legal industry to the cloud has been, much like the word migration would suggest, slow and deliberate. View Full Post
In California, Data Privacy Foresight is 2020: Data Privacy Trends 2018 is certainly on its way to becoming the year of data privacy rights for the individual.  Barely over a month after the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect in the European Union, California has passed a new data privacy law which will give consumers the right to obtain data collected about them, the right to request deletion of the data, and the right to direct a business not to sell the information to third parties. View Full Post