Free Services Like Gmail & Dropbox are NOT OK for Lawyers

October 17, 2019

They may be long and tedious, but examining terms of service agreements is the only way to ensure your cloud services are trustworthy places for your data. That being said, many lawyers don’t actually know what to look for as they sift through these documents. In this edition of New Solo, Adriana Linares brings in Daniel Whitehouse to help lawyers understand common red flags in terms of service agreements. Daniel breaks down the terms of several commonly used vendors, explains the importance of encryption, and offers guidance for choosing ethically compliant cloud services and apps.

Daniel D. Whitehouse is the founding attorney of Whitehouse & Cooper, PLLC.

Check out the recommended Quick Start Guide On Cloud Computing from the Florida Bar.

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