As we trek into the 21st Century, “cloud” has a pervasive, much more technical meaning referencing the location of data when it does not reside where it is used or created. This is the new world of cloud computing.
As reflected in the NIST definition of cloud computing, the most appealing aspect of using the cloud is the effective scalability, and therefore elastic cost, of the service.
In Part One of this article we explored the meaning of "The Cloud" and arrived at a definition: The cloud is a collection of utilities built on Internet technologies for on-demand services. In Part Two, we'll explore data centers, the facilities where Internet information actually resides.
In the technology world, "the cloud" is an apt name for a murky topic with a hazy definition. Originally a computer science term, technologists and non-technologists alike have used "cloud computing" loosely, casually, and confusingly. Even among software experts, the exact definition of the cloud varies considerably.
Before jumping into making any major cloud computing decisions for your law firm, here are the questions to ask before converting.
An "IT Bill of Rights for Law Firms" dealing with cloud communications service providers.
Here are three tips for simplifying the process of converging voice, data and video communications, and managing all of the vendors supporting those systems.
Attorneys must strive to protect their valuable client data and company work product -- and the most cost- and time-efficient way to do so is via cloud services.
When deciding on the best Internet fax service for your legal needs, consider these five tips before making the decision.
To help you decide whether your law firm is ready to move to the cloud, here are some important elements to consider.
Hutchison Whampoa Limited today announced the global launch of the X-Series from 3. The X-Series from 3 marks the beginning of the internet via mobile broadband, and heralds a new way of doing business for mobile network operators.