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Understanding Cloud eDiscovery Software

Understanding Cloud eDiscovery Software 150 150 Jason Krause

Nextpoint began as a nimble trial support company, so we love powerful graphics that make your case. We’ve been talking for years about why it’s important that our services are cloud-based, Software-as-a-Service applications, but it’s not easy to explain succinctly. We started a trend. As more eDiscovery software companies jump on our cloud eDiscovery bandwagon, it’s hard to separate…

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Using Technology to Build Sane Law Firm Business Models

Using Technology to Build Sane Law Firm Business Models 150 150 Jason Krause

Reading the legal press, you’d believe that growth in the industry is dead forever, that big firms are doomed, and that catastrophic structural change is inevitable. And some of that may be true. But it certainly does not mean the practice of law is doomed, or that individual practices cannot thrive. Law Firm Business Models…

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Sensationalism and Cloud Computing

Sensationalism and Cloud Computing 150 150 aayers

By this point, I’m sure you’ve seen a lot of sensationalist news about cloud computing. That’s to be expected, as cloud computing represents a huge technological shift and will continue to demand a lot of attention. Yesterday, the Washington Post published this gem of an article based on a power outage that impacted one of…

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Apps that Supercharge Cloud Computing

Apps that Supercharge Cloud Computing 150 150 Nextpoint

Cloud computing has clearly changed the technology landscape. Most users are familiar with the decreased storage costs and productivity gains found in cloud solutions, but there are other, more subtle ways cloud platforms take advantage of the efficiencies of the Internet. One of the most liberating aspects of adopting a cloud solution for hosting your…

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Bogus Questions Surrounding Cloud Data Storage

Bogus Questions Surrounding Cloud Data Storage 150 150 Jason Krause

In the abstract, the Internet and cloud applications are vaporous and hard to pin down. Data is not always stored in one location and does not follow a predefined route from one location to another. For lawyers, this makes cloud applications seem like a potential legal liability. If you don’t know where your data is…

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