Originally published in the October 16, 2012 issue of SmallLaw: In August 2012, Pennsylvania litigator and long-time TechnoLawyer member Thomas Groshens published a thoughtful article in the Legal Intelligencer about the future of cloud computing in law firms using Evernote as an example. Though not legal-specific, Evernote is well suited to two common activities among lawyers — taking notes and storing information such as legal research. Because the Legal Intelligencer requires a subscription, both the publisher and Tom were kind enough to permit us to reprint his article in this issue of SmallLaw. Also, don't miss the SmallLaw Pick of the Week for five simple steps you can take to prevent fraud at your law firm.
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