Coming today to BigLaw: Some small law firms have never owned a file server so cloud storage services seem like a silver bullet. By contrast, most large law firms are not quite ready to entrust their data or their clients' data to companies led by 20-somethings in Silicon Valley. Therefore, it's important to reduce the cost of your on-premises data storage as much as possible. Deduplication technology can help, the problem being that it's a crowded field with lots of products. In this issue of BigLaw, law firm CIO and legal technology guru Matt Berg provides an overview of the major deduplication players. Also, don't miss the BigLaw Pick of the Week for an article that explores why large law firms often have poor management and some simple cures.
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