In a recent article on Law.com, reporter Victoria Hudgins discussed historical opposition to the adoption of clouds in the legal space and commented on some of the industry’s frustrations over the pace or lack of legal innovation. In the end, Hudgins concluded that law firms continued to adhere firmly to on-premise technology.
I beg to differ.
In my experience, this just couldn’t be further from the truth. If at all, companies encounter turbo boost and don’t take the breaks to get to the cloud. Dynamic security, scalability, and access challenges are driving the cloud insane – and those who cling to on-prem are realizing how much they are falling behind.