While registering for next week’s Masters Conference, I was struck by the number of panels related to the Cloud and data security, many addressing the same questions and concerns raised last year and the year before. It seems that one cannot open a legal news site or a blog with out the concept of the Cloud popping up a half dozen times and in a half dozen different contexts. Today, many people do not have a clear understanding of the solutions offered by the Cloud nor the size and scale of risk associated with migrating core business functions into it.
As was the case with predictive analytics and machine learning, operating in the Cloud is not as new or as frightening of a concept as many would have you believe. The true danger lies in the ambiguity and hype surrounding it! To give our readers a complete perspective of cloud computing, I’ve created a downloadable primer: “Demystifying the Enigma that is Cloud Computing“.
- Detailed overview of Cloud use models
- Size and scale of risk associated with the Cloud
- Cloud delivery options and methods
- Common obstacles in Cloud projects
- Considerations for migration
The continuing confusion surrounding the cloud begs the question: How does Cloud computing affect those in Legal? What particular issues or concerns arise from utilizing the Cloud in litigation? Stay tuned for more answers next week as I attend the Masters Conference and tweet what I’m sure will be insightful tidbits from the many expert presenters. The conference hashtag is
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