66% 34% 56% 44% 58% 42% 55% 45%

OPERATING SYSTEM

In the 2010 Clio survey, Mac OS was favored among 55% of survey respondents, while 45% said Windows was their primary operating system.

In the 2011 Clio survey, Mac OS was favored among 58% of survey respondents, while 42% said Windows was their primary operating system.

In the 2012 Clio survey, Mac OS was favored among 56% of survey respondents, while 44% said Windows was their primary operating system.

In the 2013 Clio survey, Mac OS was favored among 66% of survey respondents, while 34% said Windows was their primary operating system.

2010 2011 2012 2013

CLOUD-BASED APPLICATIONS

30% of those surveyed used Google Apps in their law office in 2010. Clio was the cloud-based app of choice for 10% of the respondents. QuickBooks came in third at 7%, followed by Basecamp at 6%.

26% of those surveyed used Dropbox in their law office in 2011. Clio was the cloud-based app of choice for 22% of the respondents. Google Apps came in third at 16%, followed by iCloud at 15%.

26% of those surveyed used Clio and Dropbox equally in their law office in 2012. iCloud came in third at 16%, followed by Google Apps at 16% and QuickBooks at 5%

26% of those surveyed used Dropbox in their law office in 2013. Clio was the cloud-based app of choice for 21%. iCloud came in third at 18%, followed by Google Apps at 14% and QuickBooks at 5%.

2010 2011 2012 2013
Other Other 30% 39% 10% 7% 6% 16% 26% 15% 8% 15% 15% 26% 26% 5% 16% 14% 26% 21% 5% 18%
19% 6% 7% 37% 11% Microsoft Office Parallels VMWare Fusion OpenOffice iWork 15% 7% 14% 38% 9% Microsoft Office Parallels Evernote OpenOffice iWork 11% 6% 16% 45% 9% Microsoft Office Parallels Evernote OpenOffice iWork 11% 5% 18% 42% 10% Microsoft Office Parallels Evernote OpenOffice iWork

DESKTOP APPLICATIONS

In the 2010 survey, 37% of respondents used Microsoft Office as their desktop application, 19% chose iWork, 11% Parallels, 7% VMWare Fusion, and 6% Open Office.

In the 2011 survey, 38% of respondents used Microsoft Office as their desktop application, 15% chose iWork, 14% Evernote, 9% Parallels, and 7% Open Office.

In the 2012 survey, 45% of respondents used Microsoft Office as their desktop application, 16% chose Evernote, 11% iWork, 9% Parallels, and 6% Open Office.

In the 2013 survey, 42% of respondents used Microsoft Office as their desktop application, 18% chose Evernote, 11% iWork, 10% Parallels, and 5% Open Office.

2010 2011 2012 2013

MOBILE DEVICES

50% of law offices used iPhones as their mobile device, according to 2010 survey results. BlackBerry came in a distant second at 27%, followed by Android at 10%, and Palm Pre at 2%.

61% of law offices used iPhones as their mobile device, according to 2011 survey results. Android came in a distant second at 21%, followed by BlackBerry at 11%, and Palm Pre at 1%.

62% of law offices used iPhones as their mobile device, according to 2012 survey results. Android came in a distant second at 25%, followed by BlackBerry at 7%, and Palm Pre at 0.5%.

74% of law offices used iPhones as their mobile device, according to 2013 survey results. Android came in a distant second at 18%, followed by Windows at 2%, and BlackBerry at 2%.

2010 2011 2012 2013
50% 10% 2% 27% 61% 21% 1% 11% 62% 25% 0.5% 7% 74% 18% 2% 2%
26% 52% 57% 67%

iPAD USAGE

26% of survey respondents in 2010 said that they use iPads in their law office.

52% of survey respondents in 2011 said that they use iPads in their law office.

57% of survey respondents in 2012 said that they use iPads in their law office.

67% of survey respondents in 2013 said that they use iPads in their law office.

2010 2011 2012 2013