Who knows better than lawyers that there’s always a catch? A new survey produced by the Corporate Legal Operations Consortium (CLOC) and the law firm of Fish & Richardson indicated that while organizations are generally amenable to legal service providers such as law firms storing their information in the cloud, most expect for their permission to be obtained first.

The survey is comprised of 76 responses from law firms, Fortune 500 companies and financial institutions. When asked if their organization allowed data to be stored in the cloud by a legal service provider, 82% of respondents—excluding law firms—said ‘yes.’ But 77% of that same demographic also said that they require notification first.

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