Have you signed up for our December 11th seminar, How (and Why) to Move Your Practice to the Cloud? We’ve put together a reading list on cloud computing so that you can learn more before or after this seminar. The following books provide overviews of the laws and regulations surrounding cloud computing, explain how to integrate it in into your firm’s practice, and provide useful recommendations on which applications and websites to consider using.
Android Apps in One Hour for Lawyers by Daniel J. Siegel.
4th floor Reading Room KF320.A9 S54 2013
Cloud Computing for Lawyers and Executives: A Global Approach by Thomas J. Shaw.
4th floor Reading Room K564.C6 S535 2013
Cloud Computing Legal Deskbook.
4th floor Reading Room KF390.C6 C565
Flying Solo: A Survival Guide for the Solo and Small Firm Lawyer edited by K. William Gibson.
4th floor Reading Room KF300 .F58 2014
iPad in One Hour for Lawyers by Tom Mighell.
4th floor Reading Room KF320.A9 M48 2014
Navigating the New Massachusetts & Federal Data Security Laws
5th floor MCLE KFM2968.C65 N38 2010
Paperless in One Hour for Lawyers by Sheila M. Blackford and Donna S.M. Neff.
4th floor Reading Room; KF318 .B53 2014
Tools & Technology to Deliver Big Firm Results on a Small Firm Budget
5th floor MCLE; KF8902.E42 T66 2013
Technology Solutions for Today's Lawyer Jeffrey Allen and Ashley Hallene.
4th floor Reading Room; KF320.A9 A45 2013
Think Like a Lawyer, Talk Like a Geek, 2013: Get Fluent in Technology
4th floor Reading Room; KF1617.C65 T45 2013