Practicing In The Cloud (2013)
Practicing in the Cloud (2013)
Speaker: John R. McCarron, Jr., Esq. | Montes & McCarron PLLC | Carmel, NY
Recorded June 25, 2013 at the Bridging the Gap program in New York City. This archived webcast is a video online program that you will view and listen to on your computer screen.
Total MCLE Credit 0.5 in Professional Practice. Newly admitted attorneys (less than 24 months) CANNOT receive New York MCLE credit for online programs.
This program will discuss practicing in “the cloud” and the technology you can implement in your practice today to do it.
Most of us have been computing in the cloud for a while now, at least in small ways. Cloud computing revolves around the concept where your data is stored on web based servers instead of on your local computer. The benefits are multifold, including the ability to access the data from many computers or devices with little more than a web browser, the fact that the data is stored on computers more reliable and secure than your own, built in backup and more attorneys seem to be comfortable communicating in the cloud, but what about taking cloud computing to the next level? Are you ready to put your practice management software in the cloud?
Total Credits: 0.50 | Areas of Professional Practice: 0.50
- Online On-Demand