Law firms need a new way to deliver data and applications to end users—regardless of location or access method—that offers a high-performing, yet secure and reliable, experience around the globe. They need to ensure fast access to corporate IT resources in a way that is cost-efficient and scalable. In short, they need a flexible IT architecture that works around the clock - and around the world.
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Firm Data Management
This white paper looks at data tiering in legal firms, how data management frees resources and money for 'added value' projects, and legal firm's technology focuses for the year ahead.
Deploying critical IT infrastructure on Platform Equinix enables Katten to meet the needs of a growing and distributed workforce, leverage commercial cloud providers, and shift CapEx to OpEx.
How many employees in your organization use their own mobile devices for work? What types of data and IP owned by the firm are either stored or otherwise available on these devices? These questions and more.
Every organization has battles fought within it, few more emotive and critical than the struggle over control of data and the devices used to access it.
During Cooley’s rolling three-year assessment of strategic technology, a number of converging trends were acknowledged. In addition to making significant changes to its infrastructure, applications and client service systems, the firm focused on improving its business continuity capability. This was identified as a high priority following disruptive events in several of its markets that affected the firm’s delivery of services to its clients.
File & ServeXpress faced an aggressive timeline for integrating two different products – one, a court-connected secure distribution system; the other, a platform for litigation lifecycle management, e-filing and an e-service that enables the exchange of documents throughout the legal discovery phase.
Leveraging Legal IT
See how a legal services firm spun off from its corporate parent employed EPS Cloud to transform into a powerful cloud-enabled organization.
Commensus plc are pleased to announce the launch of their CESG security audit. The CESG audit benchmarks against best practice in cyber security protection.
Due to compliance issues and concerns surrounding the security of client data, the legal sector is often one of the slowest industries to adopt the latest technology. However, they needn’t be missing out on the benefits that the latest solutions can bring them, such as Cloud computing, because in fact there are products available that can cater exactly to their needs.
Today's cybercriminals are using the internet, instead of guns to rob banks. It's not easy money, so the smarter crooks are always on the look out for softer targets. As often as not, law firms are at the top of the list, and for good reason.
As the highly-regarded, best-selling author Richard Susskind famously said, “Firms are less interested in achieving competitive advantage than in avoiding competitive disadvantage.”
Law firms are more global than ever and mobile technology is changing how employees access enterprise applications. Yet, expectations for end-user quality-of-experience (QoE) are higher than ever. As technology continues to advance, your IT architecture must evolve.
Cloud computing is still a little scary to those who work in law offices, but the more innovative and fastest growing practices are moving to the cloud. The move is certainly for cost reasons, but, more and more, it’s around the practice’s need to grow quickly, without limitations from IT.