Cloud Computing for Mobile Lawyers

, Texas Lawyer

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As a trial lawyer who spends as much time out of the office as in, Christopher McKinnet needs secure access to his data on the road without spending a small fortune on a customized server system or a small army of IT workers. How is this possible? Simple: His firm is in the cloud.

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  • Ed Grubb, mindSHIFT Technologies

    Having helped law firms with their IT for over 25 years, I have witnessed firsthand the many benefits that small and mid-sized firms can reap from implementing proven and reliable IT solutions, including SaaS. Law firms that are using mindSHIFT¿s legal-specific SaaS solution continually recognize the benefits ¿ such as significant cost savings (25% on average), increased mobility/remote access, and enhanced data security ¿ outlined in this article. Here¿s an example of how SaaS helped a New York law firm: http://tinyurl.com/ljoh9y.

  • Nadya

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