Dropbox for Lawyers: What’re You Risking?

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Law school didn’t teach you how to evaluate the risks technology poses to your client data, but with cloud-based software quickly becoming the norm, it’s more important than ever that lawyers understand the tools they’re using.

Unfortunately, while commercial options such as Dropbox, Box, and Google Drive seem like adequate options for file storage on the surface, they leave much to be desired when it comes to protecting client information.

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