The “paperless office” includes, but has become much more than, the mere
conversion of documents.
The use of technology can further a greener work environment, helping to
eradicate piles of paperwork. Cloud technology can be a hedge against
disaster-related loss, and is a powerful option for collaboration and for
leveraging space and resources in a cost-effective manner; however, many
attorneys are wary of committing their confidential documentation to the world
Learn about your options in creating a paperless law office: from scanning to
PDF to cloud computing to virtual practice to data backup, including
considerations of risk.
David W. White Jr., Esq., program chairBreakstone, White & Gluck PC, Boston
Cynthia E. MacCausland, Esq.Law Offices of Cynthia E. MacCausland, Norwood
Dean M. Whalen, Esq.Sten-Tel Transcription, Springfield