As cloud-based solutions gain momentum with both law firms and corporate law departments, and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is becoming more prevalent for software delivery and licensing model, gone are the ways of heavy in-house IT development for software. As the industry moves toward outsourcing these cloud-based, SaaS-based solutions, one can't help but wonder who ultimately has the responsibility of making sure everything is "ok"? With news of data breaches happening more often than we want to hear, who ultimately has responsibility for data privacy and security? Who is ultimately responsible for making sure data preservation and collection is conducted with the utmost quality and precision? Lastly, are there advantages or disadvantages from both technology and process perspective that cloud-based and SaaS-based solution edges out the traditional install-on-our-server mentality?
- Learn how the move of applications to the cloud changed collection and preservation