Apple recently announced that it was finally entering the “cloud” space with a service that allows for the storage of music files over the internet rather than on a local computer. This was big news because of the sheer volume of persons that use iPods and Apple’s iTunes service. Of course, Apple was not the first company to join the cloud.
How will the cloud impact The Probate Pro’s practice? This month my office happily flew into the cloud by converting its Microsoft Exchange Server to Google’s cloud network. This change significantly reduces my firm’s expense of maintaining a separate server and allows for safe unlimited accessibility of my firm’s data by its staff.