Citing it as one of the most disruptive technologies, John Loveland, managing director of Huron Legal and moderator of Legaltech New York’s “Intelligent Cloud: Ensuring Governance, Risk, Compliance & E-Discovery in Cloud-Based Applications,” made sure people knew cloud was here to stay. “Cloud will have compounded annual growth rate of 26 percent over the next few years,” he declared.

The question then, is how can industry thinking and infrastructure adapt to a marketplace flooded with cloud services?

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