The adoption of cloud computing has been an undeniable force spreading quickly across all segments of the technology market. 

In the legal industry, cloud or software as a service accounted for 49 percent of all e-discovery software revenues tracked in 2011, according to Gartner’s report, “Market Trends: Automated, Analytical Approaches Drive the Enterprise E-Discovery Software Market.” Cloud computing is attractive because it enables users to do more with less; however, with this great power comes great responsibility and risk. This risk comes in the form of legal, security, business continuity and compliance issues.  When e-discovery is involved, the risk considerations become increasingly complex. 

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