Thoughts on construction law from Christopher G. Hill, Virginia construction lawyer, LEED AP, mediator, and member of the Virginia Legal Elite in Construction Law

A New Way to Share (Thanks Lawyerist)

Transporter PhotoI previously had the privilege to reminisce on my transition from government lawyer to solo practitioner at the Lawyerist blog. Even after that, Sam invited me to give my take on the Transporter private cloud device. I have found this hardware alternative to Dropbox to be a good device for my solo practice.

Here’s a taste of what I had to say:

The Transporter is a “personal cloud” that claims to be a Dropbox alternative for lawyers. If you don’t want to pay a subscription fee for a cloud-based service, or you are re-thinking the cloud, but you still want to be able to access your documents from any device and collaborate with clients and colleagues while staying in control of your data, the Transporter might be for you.

After putting it through its paces, here is what I learned.

For my full analysis after about a week of use, check out Transporter Private Cloud File Storage & Sync: the User Guide at Lawyerist.

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A New Way to Share (Thanks Lawyerist)
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