The abrupt pivot to remote working might mark the unofficial beginning of cloud-based tech’s dominance in solo practitioners’ and small law firms’ practices. And even as lawyers return back to the office, clients’ cybersecurity demands will only continue to spur accelerated cloud adoption, industry observers said.

While some solo practitioners and boutiques were previously licensing and leveraging cloud-based services, the necessity of remote working during the pandemic spurred adoption, tech consultants said.

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