Law firm Fish & Richardson released a new cloud usage survey this week and one major takeaway is that law firms appear to have gotten over any initial hesitation that may have been preventing them from utilizing cloud storage services. However, not everyone feels as strongly about giving clients a heads up first.

The survey was assembled in cooperation with the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) and based on 102 responses from chief information officers at ILTA Global 100 law firms, some of whom are also Am Law 100 members. According to responses, 78% of law firms surveyed are storing client data in the cloud, with another 8% planning to head in that direction.

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