The resistance by lawyers over the adoption of cloud computing is a particular grievance for technology evangelists. Not that concerns over confidentiality and security are unwarranted, it's just that most they often just stem from fear of the unknown.
For those lawyers who still believe the most secure place to store their client information is in their heads, there's an inexpensive technological device being developed through the University of California and the University of Oxford in Geneva which allows users to hack directly into someone's brain.
Of course lawyers are far more ready to embrace emerging technology when the risk . . . [more]