Jack Speaking at LSBA CLE in NYC: Security and Ethics of Cloud Computing
Posted by The Clio Team on November 19, 2012
Today Jack Newton, Clio’s CEO and co-founder, will be speaking on the Security and Ethics of Cloud Computing at the Louisiana State Bar Association’s New York, New York CLE Seminar. Jack will be co-presenting with Tony LaVerde, Director of Information Technology at Louisiana State Bar Association
Cloud computing remains one of the hottest trends in legal technology, since many lawyers are realizing the cost-savings and other benefits of having your software and data hosted by a third party and made available over the Internet. However, lawyers need to be aware of security – and privacy-related “best practices” prior to entrusting conidential client data to “the cloud.” In this talk, Jack and Tony will describe the key principles behind cloud computing to an audience of lawyers and judges.