Tagged: technology

Read This Before Your Law Firm Implements Teams

Reggie Pool | November 02, 2020
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Identify, Mitigate, Monitor: How Law Firm IT Leaders Can Navigate an Economic Downturn

David Cram | September 28, 2020
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Five IT Lessons Learned by Law Firms During Work-From-Home Transition

Matt Gillis | April 09, 2020

The U.S. legal industry headed into March with a full head of steam, aside from some growing concerns about a novel coronavirus that appeared to be spreading. By the end of the month, our very way of life in America had been turned upside down and organizations from every business sector have been forced to change the way they do business in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Essential Questions Law Firm Leadership Should Ask When Preparing for a Remote Workforce

Erik Schmidt | March 13, 2020

As the economic and social disruption caused by current events continues to mount, law firms and other organizations are beginning to temporarily close offices and require employees to work remotely. The current situation is a reminder of the issues that firms should evaluate when planning for business continuity: its business needs, its users’ needs, and what is required from the IT staff and network to support those needs. Following are some questions firm leadership should ask itself and the firm’s IT organization when planning for business continuity in the event of a situation like we now face.

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Five IT-Related Risks for Law Firms to Prioritize in 2020

Matt Gillis | February 25, 2020

Law firms face a wide range of risks associated with the information technology (IT) operations in their firms. The most obvious tech-related risks are cybersecurity threats and business continuity needs in the event of an IT infrastructure outage. These are indeed high-stakes risks that are deserving of the news headlines and conference keynote addresses in recent years.

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Five Ways that Midsized Law Firms Benefit from Partnering with an Expert for Disaster Recovery as a Service

Josh Wheeler | January 29, 2020

Law firms of all sizes require solid and stable technology services that power their day to day operations, but that can be challenging for midsized law firms that lack the massive global resources, technical expertise, and financial capital of the world’s largest firms. An unexpected outage that causes disruption of any kind within the IT ecosystem – whether it be a major weather event, a cybercrime incident or something as simple as a hardware failure – can paralyze a midsize law firm and cause disastrous financial impacts, not to mention the damage it likely will cause to the firm’s reputation and client trust.

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Getting Off the Treadmill: Finding IT’s Next Path

Josh Nardo | December 19, 2019

Market forces are beginning to push law firm IT functions to manage in a more complex environment, but also to continuously evolve and enhance the enablement of practice delivery. Attorneys are more mobile and more connected. Clients are more demanding, with more data, integration and interactions. Technology is evolving at a faster pace with more alternatives and complexity. And competition for IT talent is accelerating, not only across horizontal technology domains but across industries.

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Three Elements That Drive the “True” Cost of Law Firm IT

Matt Coatney | October 22, 2019

Law firm spending on technology continues to grow faster than other categories of firm operations and is now the third-largest area of overhead spending, behind only salaries and occupancy expenses, according to the 2019 Report on the State of the Legal Market by Managing Partner Forum.

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Advancing the Law Firm IT Function: How Clients, the Firm and IT Pros All Win

Steve Falkin | July 11, 2019

The number-one law firm IT challenge heading into 2019 had nothing to do with acquiring bigger servers or faster networks. The top law firm IT issue for this year was the strategic challenge of change management, according to the International Legal Technology’s Association 2018 Legal Technology Survey.

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Five Benefits to Law Firms of IaaS Model for IT Services

Allison Jessee | May 29, 2019

After a slow start to embrace the idea of using a “hosted” model for managing software applications and client data, law firms have accelerated their adoption of this model in recent years. More than 54% of lawyers reported using a cloud platform last year to host client data, according to the American Bar Association’s 2018 Technology Survey.

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