Clio Founder Guest Lecturing on Cloud Computing for Lawyers at Solo Practice University
Posted by The Clio Team on February 5, 2010
Jack Newton, Clio’s co-founder and President, will be a guest lecturer at Solo Practice University on Tuesday, February 9th at 12:00 PM ET.
Solo Practice University is the leading educational and professional networking community for lawyers and law students, designed by lawyers for lawyers and dedicated to helping solos and small firms build a successful solo practice. We’re honored to be part of the vibrant and diverse range of speakers Solo Practice University students have access to every day.
- What is cloud computing / Software-as-a-Service?
- What does cloud computing mean for lawyers?
- What are some of the benefits (and some of the disadvantages) of “the cloud”?
- What are the ethical implications of using Software-as-a-Service? Is it OK with my Bar?
- What questions about security and privacy should you be asking a prospective SaaS provider?
- How should you evaluate the costs of SaaS versus traditional desktop software?
- How can you protect yourself against worst-case scenarios?
This guest lecture teleseminar is open to our students within Solo Practice University and will be posted for Solo Practice University fans on Facebook shortly after the live seminar. Join the Solo Practice University Facebook page for free access to the recorded webinar or enroll in Solo Practice University to participate live.