Five years ago, if you asked a lawyer what the “cloud” was, they likely would have looked overhead into the sky and pointed to a white, fluffy mass of condensed water vapor.

That might be a slight exaggeration, but today, law firms are certainly savvier when it comes to their IT options and with cloud-based services and computing continuing to gain traction in the legal space.

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