Considering Cloud Computing in the Wake of Sandy?

Keeping business moving in the wake of a disaster like Hurricane Sandy is on the minds of many firms right now.  Not surprisingly, law firm clients may take notice of firms that have noticeable levels of business interruption from compared to those that don’t.

Many are looking at cloud computing as the solution.  Imagine being able to access all of your firm’s data no matter the havoc a major natural disaster or even minor storm might wreak in your area.  Under such circumstances, it may seem that cloud computing is the best solution for access anytime, anywhere, no matter the circumstances.

But is it really? While having your work documents in the cloud offers many perks it is not without its perils, some of which are covered in the ABA’s Cloud Computing for Lawyers.  The book is a great resource to help lawyers understand the cloud computing landscape and assist in making an informed decision about utilizing the cloud for a firm’s document storage needs.

Since no one knows what storm lurks around the corner, it’s a good time to give serious consideration to both the good and bad aspects of cloud computing.

About Bose McKinney & Evans LLP

Bose McKinney & Evans LLP is a business law firm, headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, serving both publicly held and privately held businesses, governmental entities and high-growth industries. Our clients include Fortune 100 companies, international manufacturers, national and regional financial institutions, agribusinesses, sports teams, university-incubated start-ups, media, utilities, cities and schools, to name a few. We strive to build strong relationships with our clients as key business advisors, to exceed expectations in the quality of our work, to be knowledgeable about our clients’ businesses and sectors, to be responsive to service needs and to continually seek to improve the delivery of client services. Our ultimate focus is on our clients.
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