Microsoft and Google's Cloud Tools Compete for Attorney Attention

Both Google and Microsoft's cloud networks support document creation, but firms and legal departments tend to favor one over the other based on integration and collaboration needs.

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Both Google and Microsoft's cloud networks support document creation, but firms and legal departments tend to favor one over the other based on integration and collaboration needs.

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  • Neil R.

    While O365 may be preferred by law firms, clients will be the ultimate deciders. I remember when you had to pry WordPerfect from the cold dead hands of legal professionals. The catalyst for moving to MS Word was compatibility with client applications. While law firms will chose one platform, I suspect they will need to be fluent in others as well.

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