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Legal technologists can rattle off plenty of reasons to move to the cloud, but for many law firms the jump to cloud-based technology still seems daunting. Briggs and Morgan CIO Robert Dubois tried to demystify the process Monday at ILTACON in Las Vegas, with hard-won advice on evaluating cloud services. His first tip: focus less
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Mark Olvey with Taft Stettinius

Law firm security breaches are grabbing headlines, and the Wall Street Journal reports “there is no such thing as a non-security IT staffer.” Staying current about rapidly-emerging threats and best practices can be overwhelming for IT staff, let alone law firm partners. Gartner recently estimated over $81.6 billion is being spent on cybersecurity, an indication
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Ediscovery big data

Everlaw had the opportunity to attend ALM’s 17th Annual SuperConference two weeks ago in Chicago, and we enjoyed meeting and learning alongside our corporate counsel colleagues. Lisa Ross, an experienced litigator and Everlaw’s Head of Marketing, moderated a discussion on the intersection of big data and ediscovery, detailing the many ways in which the technology advancements
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Motherboard

What’s the most valuable thing you own? Some people’s answer is “money.” Where do you keep yours? For most, it’s off-site, at the bank, rather than at home under a  mattress. Another high-value item is personal information. Where do you keep your data? Increasingly, information is stored as digital records in the cloud, to make
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Here at Everlaw, we take security seriously. We know that our customers place a great deal of trust in us, and we work hard to keep that trust every day. Below are some of our key security policies and practices. While not an exhaustive list, it will hopefully demonstrate why we are relied upon by
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Local Server

“A great barometer of the legal profession’s approach to technology in general…[is] adoption rates and attitudes about [the cloud],” says Niki Black. And they don’t look good. According to this year’s ILTA/Inside Legal Buyers Survey, “60% of survey respondents indicated that <25% of firm software and service solutions could be cloud-based within the next 1-3 years.”
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