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You no longer have to purchase software and servers for your office. Today, you can rent software or server access via the Internet and thereby avoid any up-front costs. This process is often referred to as "moving to the cloud."
Of course, your client data would also be stored on the rented or hosted servers. In this seminar, we'll explain the associated pros, cons, risks and ethical issues of doing this with your practice.
It is definitely possible for lawyers to get off the treadmill of buying new hardware/software, using it until obsolescence, then buying new hardware/software again. This seminar will explain how to get there.
|Moving Your Practice Into the Cloud - Materials (0.52 MB)||52 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Mr. Henley is one of the founding partners of Affinity Consulting Group, a national legal technology consulting firm which handles all aspects of law practice automation. He received his B.S./B.A. (marketing & economics) and J.D. from The Ohio State University and is a member of the American, Ohio and Columbus Bar Associations, and the Worthington Estate Planning Council. He is a member of the ABA Law Practice Division and is the former Chair of the Ohio State Bar Association Law Office Automation & Technology Committee.
Mr. Henley heads Affinity’s document assembly/automation and software training departments; he is a renowned expert on Microsoft Word, Adobe Acrobat and HotDocs document assembly software; and has authored legal-specific manuals on HotDocs, Adobe Acrobat, and Microsoft Word, Excel & Outlook.
He teaches continuing legal education (CLE) classes throughout the U.S. & Canada covering a wide variety of topics related to law practice management, technology and ethics.
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