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  • Most of the jobs today produce data in significant quantities on a daily basis, and use that very same data in making business decisions. Practicing law is no exception. In order to provide the best legal services, lawyers heavily rely on the information they have about the matter, closely observing
  • In these unprecedented times, law firms that have been reluctant to embrace cloud computing should be giving it serious consideration. [Note: if you are already convinced that the Cloud is safe and secure, skip to “Welcome to the Cloud” below]  For anyone that has lingering doubts about the ethics or
  • Part 1 – Separation of concerns, or “matter-centric organization in a single ecosystem”  In my engineering days, software development best practices were rules to follow with guaranteed success. Like in math, you could rely on getting the right result if you do things by the book and follow the quality principles in