Recent developments in cloud-based computing have enabled professionals to perform an increasing amount of work remotely. Because professionals are no longer tied to the office, they are able to work more efficiently and better serve their clients. However, the use of third-party technology companies to store confidential client data raises several ethics concerns regarding the professional-client relationship.
The Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility issued a formal ethics opinion earlier this month that addresses the ethical concerns of cloud-based computing. Cloud computing allows individuals to store …Continue Reading