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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.
Effective communication is a fundamental part of any successful company, and thanks to the rise of telecommunication technology, it’s never been easier to ensure that everything is running as smoothly as possible by integrating communications into your company.Read Article
In today’s digital landscape, having an IT disaster recovery plan has never been more crucial. IT disasters come in all shapes and sizes, from painfully slow connection speeds caused by a tech failure, to major outages due to extreme weather. The aim of an IT disaster recovery plan is to ensure you can respond to a disaster effectively, keeping your business running smoothly and staff working efficiently.Read Article
Communication is undeniably one of the most important elements for any business, law firms included. Timely and reliable communication both within the firm and externally with clients is essential in order to maintain both efficiency and relationships.Read Article
It doesn’t matter whether you’re a small team of lawyers or a larger multinational law firm, you will always need to take the necessary steps to safeguard your company with effective business IT support.Read Article
Cloud technology offers such a wide range of benefits to businesses of all sizes. It’s not hard to see why so many law firms across the UK are migrating over to it, in order to take full advantage of the opportunities it provides.Read Article
The days of relying solely on traditional phone and email communication are long gone. With technological advancements developing at a surprising rate, unified communications are being more widely embraced by offices within every industry.
Frequent data backups are an essential part of keeping your business secure and making sure it stays fully operational. Unfortunately, many businesses can become complacent when it comes to backing up important data. Some may get lulled into a sense of complacency, while others might not have a proper procedure in place.Read Article
There once was a time when traditional phone and email were the go-to tools in order to communicate with colleagues and customers. However, as technology has progressed, unified communications are becoming increasingly commonplace in offices - no matter which industry.
With millennials making up more than 35% of UK workers and set to represent 50% by 2020, a growing number of businesses are finally embracing more modern ways of working.
Law firms are no exception and as millennials are reaching an age where they’re increasingly needing legal services, whether it’s to buy a home or get a divorce, there’s more demand than ever for law firms to meet expectations.
As a wealth management firm, you probably share confidential documents via email, store private financial details, and manage millions of pounds’ worth of assets on behalf of your clients. With so much money at stake, cyber security will play an important role in your business.Read Article
Cloud computing is a term that can be used to describe a very broad spectrum of technologies and tools.
Covering everything from software-as-a-service tools like Google Drive and Dropbox to infrastructure-as-a-service providers like Windows Azure and Rackspace, cloud computing can allow businesses to do everything from backing up important images to managing large quantities of company data.
Whether you have a modest team of lawyers or you run a large company with extensive legal teams, there may be times when you wish to streamline the way that IT matters are managed in the company.
If you’re thinking about outsourcing your company’s IT support, here are 5 reasons to take the leap.