Drive Practice Cloud Solution

Cloud computing, very different to hosting, has enormous benefits for businesses.  Law firms large and small will stand to benefit the most from this innovative technology. Many legal practice management solutions are now being offered as “cloud” solutions.  Effectively these vendors “cloud offering” is to provide their solutions hosted on a server in a datacenter for each of their clients. Cloud computing and hosting are similar, in that cloud computing also uses computers hosted in a datacenter, but there is a fundamental difference between hosting and cloud computing.
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Ryan Barlow CTO at e4Although concerns like security, cost and risk have impacted on widespread adoption of the cloud, more South African businesses are beginning to invest in cloud based services. This is according to Ryan Barlow, CTO at e4. Barlow says there is an increase in adoption of products like Office365 and Salesforce for example.

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