While the cloud is fast gaining traction as the filing cabinet of the future, the legal profession continues to have concerns about data sovereignty and data privacy. A new survey conducted by InfoTrack and InPlace Solutions has found that 56.7 per cent of respondents cited data sovereignty as their primary concern and 46.7 per cent cited data privacy.
Full report is available at https://www.infotrack.com.au/ips-legal-report.html
These are legitimate concerns but they can definitely be overcome, says InfoTrack chief executive John Ahern. Most importantly, firms need to ensure that their data and information is held in Australia so it is protected by the Australian regulatory framework and not exposed to those in other jurisdi…
Read the full article at: http://www.cso.com.au/mediareleases/27020/data-sovereignty-and-privacy-top-lawyers-cloud/