According to the American Bar Association’s 2017 Legal Technology Survey, 56% of lawyers from firms of 2-9 attorneys have migrated their practices to the cloud. Buckling under the pressure of technological advancements, more and more firms are falling in line, and setting a cadence for others to follow.
The remaining holdouts, encumbered by a sense of foreboding, are concerned about security issues regarding their sensitive data and access to physical documents – and understandably so. Though, to the credit of legal tech, countless advances in security and mobility are paving the way and easing the transition to the cloud.
Whether you’ve been worn down by attrition or are making a conscientious effort to modernize your firm, get ready to wipe away any lingering reluctance about moving your practice to the cloud.
Join us on Wednesday February 28th when Boston lawyer turned law practice management consultant and author Heidi Alexander presents Signposts of Antiquity: When to Move Your Practice to the Cloud at 11 AM PT / 2 PM ET.
During this 60-minute presentation you’ll learn about:
- The benefits of using the cloud to store and access law firm data
- How to vet cloud providers and ensure that they’ll keep your data secure
- How to make a fortuitous transition to the cloud
- What security precautions to take to ensure the security of your data.
With an airtight execution plan in place, you’ll be primed to make the long-anticipated move to the cloud with little to no friction – to the delight of your clients, employees, and partners.