This post was originally published by Law Journal Newsletters. We thought it provided useful insights about e-discovery security in the cloud.
A common discussion point these days involves the cloud as the end-all, be-all solution for hosting data or running applications. It certainly offers a lot of conveniences. You can easily find excellent file sharing, long-term storage, and subscription-based services. Plus, many of your favorite retail options—from bookstores to shoe shops to quick deliveries of your favorite meal—are based in the cloud.
Now for a really wild thought: why not make the cloud a key component of your legal practice? For e-discovery experts, with their massive data workflows, it’s a daunting possibility.