Law firms have been traditionally conservative in investing in new technologies -- client data and sensitive information is at stake. Paradoxically, both attorneys and their clients have begun adopting disruptive cloud technologies to share and access information, as well as collaborate with one another.
Now law IT leaders are faced with a decision: is there a way to capitalize on consumerization trends and cloud services, while meeting the management and security requirements of the business? Or, should they shut down all cloud applications due to concerns around privacy, security, and ethical obligations to clients? Join us to discuss the question of "cloud technologies: friend or foe?" and how innovative firms are embracing new ways of working.