Law firms are switching their legal tech buying and usage habits during the massive shift to remote working. In addition to more attorneys embracing collaboration and time and billing tools, law firms are also moving away from remote access technology in favor of a more cloud-based approach.

Ryan McClead, principal and CEO of legal technology consultancy Sente Advisors, noted that some law firms are warming up to cloud-based tech after experiencing the weakness of remote access software. 

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