Cloud computing has taken the practice of law to a new level in recent years. In particular, cloud storage, which offers lawyers the ability to save their data and client files in an Internet-based storage system, has been a welcome advancement. Rather than store data on a local drive, cloud storage providers store information in one of their remote data centers that lawyers can then access from almost anywhere. This increases the range of accessibility for lawyers and their clients. The technology is particularly useful for lawyers using iPads in their practice who may get frustrated trying to access client files without a USB port. Cloud storage can bridge together all the devices commonly used in practice today, making it easy to transfer files between computers, laptops, iPads/tablets, and smartphones.
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