Law Firms Face Pressure From Clients on Data Security

, The Legal Intelligencer

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Forget client service or rate flexibility. If a law firm wants to get, or even keep, business, data security plans are often now the price of admission.

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    It seems that int he short term the key to alleviate client‘s concerns regarding security is to manage the cloud use and try to stay out a public services where everyone has access to, and/or keep data in house as much as possible. Recent security breach news shows that nothing in the cloud is secure yet. www.lawyerbox.co

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