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Whats in store for the legal and professional market in 2016?

Posted by Chris Bull | 8 Dec 2015, 14:21 PM


Chris Bull, a leading advisor within the legal and professional services sector looks at the upcoming year and gives his predictions for impacts within the market for 2016. Chris gives his advice on how these legal firms can best leverage technology to a gain a competitive edge.

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How Law Firms Can Gain Competitive Edge through a Managed Service Approach to IT

Posted by Mark Halpin | 1 Oct 2015, 13:48 PM


Mark Halpin discusses IT within the legal sector and how by utilising outsourced managed services this can provide a competitive advantage. He discusses why law firms may be hesitant from moving from on-premise to off-premise IT solutions and using his experience in the IT legal sector gives his top tips on transitioning to the Cloud.

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Taking the pain out of data storage for legal firms

Posted by Jonathan Birch | 10 Aug 2015, 14:49 PM


Jonathan Birch looks at the daily aggravations organisations and specifically the legal sector are having with data storage. With multiple concerns including reliability of backups, data security and storage as well as the increasing costs along with data growth, Jonathan discusses how organisations can safely manage their data as well as costs.

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Cloud-based document management gets an airing

Posted by Stefan Haase | 19 Jun 2012, 10:45 AM


Matt Duncan of Redcentric partner, NetDocuments, was featured recently in an audio interview on the Legal IT Professionals website. It was a fascinating 10 minutes, and if you’re interested in either document management systems (DMS) or Cloud delivery models, then I recommend you give it a listen.

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Clouds agility compelling for law firms

Posted by Stefan Haase | 7 Jun 2012, 14:09 PM


As the legal sector is under pressure like never before to respond to changing commercial dynamics, client imperatives and regulatory demands, it’s not surprising that CIOs are drawn by the appeal of the Cloud’s inherent ability to deliver technical and operational capability quickly and cost-effectively.

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The US Patriot Act: Whos looking at YOUR data?

Posted by Stefan Haase | 7 Sep 2011, 15:48 PM


Recent data compliance examples from Google and Microsoft have highlighted the significant vulnerabilities with Cloud service providers who data hosting services are based outside the UK. This may not provide sufficient control over where your data is actually stored, it has implications related to data protection, and may expose your data to scrutiny by the US government.

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Data and information – your legal obligations

Posted by Stefan Haase | 25 May 2011, 11:41 AM


The Freedom of Information Act 2000 (“FOIA”) came into force on 1st January 2005 and gave the public new rights of access to recorded information held by public authorities – and email is considered part of that ‘recorded information’.

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