Ten-step guide to cloud computing

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1 December 2011


In the world of technology “Cloud” is the buzz phrase of the moment but not every Cloud has a silver lining.

Arlene Adams, founder and CEO of Legal Futures Associate Peppermint Technology draws on her experience to offer some simple steps for legal providers considering cloud computing. Adams spent many years in the managed service and  infrastructure business including her time as UK board director at industry technology giant Sun Microsystems/Oracle.

Read the full report: 10 Step Guide to Cloud Computing

 



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