Here are the slides from the presentation I gave this morning at the Clio Cloud Conference.
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How to Do Cloud Computing Due Diligence, from Bob Ambrogi · September 23, 2013 at 5:15 pm
[…] P.S., Bob has posted his slides on his blog: […]
Practicing Law on Cloud Nine: ClioCon 2013 - Attorney at Work - Attorney at Work · October 3, 2013 at 6:01 am
[…] With super powers come super responsibilities. LawSites’ Robert Ambrogi tackled “Practical and Ethical Uses of the Cloud,” reviewing the ABA Model Rules that apply, and the opinions issued to date by 17 states (including a pretty cool map). The recent revision to the comments of ABA Model Rule 1.1, stating that lawyers should “understand the benefits and risks of technology” was a constant refrain throughout ClioCon. Ambrogi’s take? You just have to be responsible, not paranoid. ”Nobody is saying you have to be an IT expert, but you have to be aware of what’s going on and be somewhat technically competent.” You can find Ambrogi’s helpful 10 questions lawyers should be asking cloud providers here in his SlideShare presentation. […]
Cloud Ethics Opinions: A Full List (Maybe) · Robert Ambrogi's LawSites Robert Ambrogi's LawSites · May 23, 2014 at 1:43 pm
[…] LTRC site. My list was compiled last fall for my presentation at the Clio Cloud Conference on the Ethics and Security of Cloud Computing for Lawyers, so there may be even more cases that I am […]
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Robert J. Ambrogi is a Massachusetts lawyer, writer and media consultant. He also writes the blog Media Law and cohosts the legal affairs podcast Lawyer2Lawyer.