Optimize Your Practice with Cloud Computing: Tech2Practice
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- Product Number: 2190174P01
CLE Credits, earn up to:
2 substantive credits, 0 ethics credits CLE Credit Note
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Tech2Practice is an innovative series of robust practice development programs designed to assist your law practice by boosting your efficiency through the utilization of technology in practical and creative ways.
The future is now! Your duty to keep abreast of the risks and benefits of technology means understanding cloud technology. Plus, nearly every state that has opined on the use of the cloud in practice has said it is permissible as long as you take reasonable precautions. Come to this program to learn about the benefits of practice in the cloud, migrating your data to the cloud, and implementing reasonable precautions to secure your data.
Uncover the potential of cloud technology for your practice, reduce your dependence on paper products, become better organized and more streamlined, and see your law practice flourish!
Agenda & Materials
12:00 - 12:05 pm
Welcome and IntroductioneLecture Add to CartHeidi S. Alexander, Esq., Massachusetts Law Office Management Assistance Program (LOMAP) , Boston
Heather L. LaVigne, Esq., Board of Bar Overseers, Commonwealth of Massachusetts , Boston
12:05 - 12:23 pm
Understanding Cloud TechnologyeLecture Add to Cart
12:23 - 12:41 pm
The Risks and Precautions You Must and Should TakeeLecture Add to Cart
12:41 - 12:59 pm
Organize Your Digital Case Files Without ConfusioneLecture Add to Cart
12:59 - 1:17 pm
Accessibility Benefits of Cloud TechnologyeLecture Add to Cart
1:17 - 1:35 pm
Ethically Store, Collaborate and Share DocumentseLecture Add to Cart
1:35 - 1:53 pm
Getting Started: Data MigrationeLecture Add to Cart
MCLE webcasts are delivered completely online, underscoring their convenience and appeal. There are no published print materials. All written materials are available electronically only. They are posted 24 hours prior to the program and can be accessed, downloaded, or printed from your computer.