April 16th, 2009 by The Clio Team
For readers of this blog, a session of particular interest will be “10 Things Every Lawyer Should Know about Software-as-a-Service“, delivered by Clio’s co-founder and President Jack Newton.
Lawyers have been becoming increasingly exposed to Software-as-a-Service, as web-based applications such as Google Docs, Salesforce.com and Zoho have become increasingly pervasive. New web-based practice management applications such as Clio finally bring the benefits of Software-as-a-Service to the legal market. The focus of Jack’s talk will be ten aspects of Software-as-a-Service that every lawyer should be familiar with, including cost analysis, security, data privacy and protection.
Thank-you to Dominic Jaar and the rest of the LegalIT planners for the opportunity to speak, and we look forward to seeing you all there. If you’re not already on planning to attend, we encourage you to register and attend LegalIT 3.0.