In-house legal departments and law firms looking to become leaner, cost-effective businesses will oftentimes turn to cloud storage to inexpensively store data and enable mobile lawyering. But just how these organizations should deploy cloud technology, whether on-premise or through a third-party provider, is up for debate. While there are cost savings with either deployment, each comes with different levels of data security risk.

Dave Logue, senior lead data recovery engineer for KrolLDiscovery, often hears from corporations who believe they have more control over their data security when their cloud infrastructure is stored in-house. But he noted that in many cases such control “is just perception” and not reality.

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