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Knowing Your Clients

Knowing your clients can help attract business, detect conflicts, screen risks, and win cases. Asking the right questions can help you assess client needs and set expectations. See below for tips and articles to help you implement them.  Tips Ask for feedback on your invoices and website Meet clients at their place of business  Regularly meet with clients in-person, online, and by phone Review comments submitted on your blog and social media Send out surveys to get feedback Take clients to lunch to develop rapport Use data analytics to assess client needs Articles Alternatives for Learning About Clients Importance of Knowing Your Client Conducting Client Surveys Questions to Ask Your Clients Screening Cases and Clients Strategies for Understanding Your Clients Types of Clients Understanding What Makes Your Client Tick Understanding Your Client’s Business Using Data Analytics in Your Marketing What Makes Your Client Tick Books Coaching Your Client Positive Professionalism Through Engage

Cloud Computing

Cloud services can be used to backup, process, share, and store documents and data . Cloud storage reduces the need for hardware and keeps lawyers and staff  in sync whether working from home, the office, or on the road. Cloud services can be used for document preparation, legal research, and practice management. See below for a list of cloud benefits and resources for implementing them at your firm.   Benefits Eliminate equipment Increase Productivity Reduce Costs No Upfront Investment Save Time Work From Anywhere Articles Advantages of Cloud Computing Apps for Cloud Computing Choosing a Cloud Storage Service Cloud Computing vs Cloud Storage Cybersecurity in the Cloud Google vs Microsoft Moving Your Firm to the Cloud Preventing Data Breaches Public vs Private Services Trends in Cloud Computing Ways to Use the Cloud Books Cloud Computing for Dummies Cloud Computing for Lawyers Cybersecurity for Lawyers Legal Technology Guide Paperless Law Offices Software Licensing and Cloud Computing