Comparative Review of Seven Cloud Services for Consideration by Lawyers

Many lawyers are poised to leap into the world of cloud computing, but have no good way to compare and contrast the many available services to assess their suitability for the lawyer’s practice and for lawyer use in the first instance (e.g., security concerns).  The folks at have therefore done the public a service  by reviewing, comparing and rating seven of the major services.  I can only speak to their reviews of SpiderOak and Dropbox, which in my opinion are fair and accurate assessments of these services  (although, the review should have also mentioned Dropbox’s repeated security lapses).   However, I have no reason to doubt the accuracy of the other reviews.  Here is the link:


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