The legal technology market is being defined by an expansion of cloud services and e-discovery, according to the 2018 E-discovery Unfiltered Survey of 31 professionals in legal businesses, conducted by Ari Kaplan Advisors.

Almost all respondents said there was a growing acceptance and use of cloud services at their company or law firm, not just as the basis for software-as-a-service (SaaS) legal technology platforms but also as a storage option for corporate, e-discovery, and transactional data.

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