Attorney Brown Quoted in California Lawyer Article
The March 2014 issue of California Lawyer Magazine features an article entitled Why Buy When You Can Rent? about cloud computing for law firms. Attorney Shannon Brown was interviewed for the article and is quoted in the article. The citation notes the potential issues arising from multi-jurisdictional subpoenas of cloud-based evidence and the up-time issues arising from cloud service agreements.
For the latter issue, see my 2011 article entitled Cloud Nines: Understanding Accessibility Versus Availability in Cloud Computing for Lawyers.
Attorney Shannon Brown, technologist and consulting attorney, provides information technology consulting for lawyers. He has published a number of articles on cloud computing for lawyers.
- Decrypting Encryption for Pennsylvania Lawyers: Understanding Encryption Basics Before Considering Cloud Computing
- Navigating the Fog of Cloud Computing
- Navigating the Fog of Cloud Computing: An Unofficial Supplement to The Pennsylvania Lawyer Article
- Cloud Computing for Lawyers: Understanding the Difference Between Private and Public Clouds
- Storing Files in the Cloud: Storage-as-a-Service for Lawyers—Encryption
- Avoiding Being “Bit”ten: Bandwidth Issues With Cloud Computing Backups
- Pennsylvania Ethics Advisory Opinion on Cloud Computing