Mobile apps are enhancing lawyer productivity and new tools are emerging to manage and integrate cloud services with existing Web-based legal technology.

Cloud adoption by lawyers and their law firms started as a trickle and is becoming a flood. This is not surprising in a field that has matured in delivery, providers, and clarity surrounding ethical obligations. Some cloud services are used with the approval of the firm’s IT group but rogue cloud adoption is also occurring.

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