Cloud computing means storing and accessing data and programs over the internet. Cloud computing use is becoming more commonplace in the legal industry. As a lawyer who wants to learn more about cloud computing you have probably wondering what you really need to know about cloud computing
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Cloud Computing For Lawyers
Cloud computing means storing and accessing data and programs over the internet. Cloud computing use is becoming more commonplace in the legal industry.
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This course contains:
Table of contents
You will learn
✓ Cloud computing and lawyers
✓ Cloud computing and law firms
This course is for
• Ideal for newbies to cloud computing
• Professionals keen to explore cloud computing services