Cloud Myths for Large Law Firms — Debunked

Separating Fact from Fiction About Cloud-Based Technologies

A cloud icon in white hovers with puzzle pieces inside of it and a man pointing to it from the background.
A cloud icon in white hovers with puzzle pieces inside of it and a man pointing to it from the background.

Recent times have brought to light the need for seamless anywhere access to all the things people need to do their best work. Technology service providers — and large law firms — not already “in the cloud” have quickly realized their need to adapt to meet customer and client demand.

Yet, even with the increasing adoption of cloud-based technologies, a handful of myths linger.

If company A and company B both say they’re in the cloud, does that mean the same thing?
Which is more secure: on-premises or cloud-based solutions?
Are other organizations like mine really choosing cloud-based technologies?
A cloud icon in white hovers with puzzle pieces inside of it and a man pointing to it from the background.
A cloud icon in white hovers with puzzle pieces inside of it and a man pointing to it from the background.