We’ve all heard of computing and we’ve all heard of clouds. And now, more and more we are hearing the strange term “cloud computing.” Sounds ominous, sounds way too out there, sounds more like something a computer geek should be concerning himself with, not you.

Not true. As a paralegal in the 21st century, you are required to keep abreast of all the latest technology, how it works and how it can benefit your firm and clients. Technology is changing business as usual in the law firm every day. But cloud computing is storming onto the scene, and your knowledge of the way cloud computing works will ensure either blue skies or gray skies for you.

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