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January 25, 2010

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This is really significant since the files stored in these so called online storages are really important!

Unrealistic, ditto that John!

1) Emailing document attachments has been going on for a very long time. In essence these documents are sitting in the cloud.

2) What about the millions of WebEx, LogmeIn and Remote Desktop connections sitting in the cloud waiting for a login? Considerably far less secure than say Amazon S3 or Salesforce.com.

3) How many office buildings have unsupervised, outsourced cleaning staff that work after hours. Who's protecting our data from them?

4) When you connect your computer to the internet, is your PC now part of the cloud? Is your network part of the cloud?

My point; the appropriate online provider can provide a much higher level of security than the average small to mid-sized law firm can afford.


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