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Many accounting companies have switched to a cloud based IT infrastructure because of the many benefits it brings. Here are a few reasons to consider adopting a cloud based computing approach:Read Article
As an accountancy firm, the data you hold is everything. And managing your client data effectively and securely is a vital component of your firm’s success. That’s why ensuring you’re taking advantage of industry leading IT services has the ability to boost your performance significantly.Read Article
Should you outsource your IT support, or should you keep it in house? This might be a discussion you’ve had already, or it may be something you’re considering for the future as your business grows.
If you’ve experienced any form of IT downtime, whether it be a slow connection or a full IT outage, you’ll probably know the feelings of frustration, annoyance and irritation that come with it. You might not have the internal expertise to deal with your problem and you can hear the clock ticking with the sound of lost productive output.
In large corporations, business telecommunications equipment is up there with some of the most important technology utilised. With hundreds, or even thousands of employees, not to mention the gigantic pool of customers dealt with on a daily basis. Telecoms is an important tool to not only improve efficiency internally, but enhance relationships with customers too.Read Article
Should you keep all your IT systems internally or should you invest in IT outsourcing? This is probably a question that’s entered your mind at some point. Whilst keeping everything inside your organisation might seem like the best way forward, it could be costing you more than it needs to and be putting excess stress on your team.Read Article
No matter which industry a business is part of, it’s going to embrace some form of IT equipment. And in a market that relies heavily on data such as accountancy, having an effective IT system in place can be a crucial component of success. So ensuring this system stays efficient and fully functional is vital.Read Article
The words cloud computing are two that have cropped up increasingly in articles, on social media and in conversations you’ve probably had over the past few years. And it could be something you’ve thought about implementing into your own business. But is it something you need?Read Article
For law firms, just like any business offering professional services, clients are the foundation. So it's imperative to provide an efficient and effective level of service to them on a daily basis. And a CRM system, along with a workforce fully trained in the facets of CRM, can be a key tool in doing just that.Read Article
As a law firm, just like any business, in order to ensure longevity improving productivity will likely be one of your top priorities. When your business is more productive, you have the potential to offer increased value to your clients and therefore profitability.
IFAs constantly handle important and sensitive information, and have to work through a significant amount of documentation on a daily basis. Therefore it makes sense that IFAs require the most effective IT systems to be in place. This means having access to a highly experienced team of tech experts, who can step in and handle all your IT needs.Read Article
The days of exchanging large data files over email, and storing important documents on a USB flash drive are disappearing. Now, the cloud has become the go-to place to keep your data secured.Read Article
Cloud computing is continuously being embraced by a growing number of modern business sectors, including the legal industry. Lawyers are under increasing demand to meet ever rising expectations, so it’s not hard to see why they are taking advantage of cloud computing technology to keep ahead and remain efficient in how they operate.
With this in mind, here at Prism, we wanted to go through 5 ways lawyers will benefit from adopting cloud computing technology.