Wednesday, February 8, 2017
An Update On The Cloud
Not only is cloud computing the wave of the future, it is the crashing surf of today. Rather than trying to reinvent the wheel, I want to steer you all to a great update article from Above The Law.com. There Jeff Bennion give you his latest, greatest information about the most celebrated cloud providers: Google Drive, Microsoft One Drive, and Dropbox.
Did you know that "Google Drive has added several new features, including the ability to preserve your data when you get an ediscovery hold (lawyers don’t usually get ediscovery holds for their own files, but it’s important to know about this if your clients get an ediscovery hold and they are using Google Docs), and built-in voice typing into documents."? Were you aware that "Dropbox has been working on a project called Paper, which is a collaborative note-taking application like Evernote and OneNote. So, it’s a shared virtual whiteboard to jot down notes and sketches."?
All this information, and more, is available by clicking here!
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