Computers are everywhere. They’re in our homes and in our offices. They’re in our cars, our phones, and sometimes even our household appliances. Because technology has become so deeply ingrained in our culture, it’s no surprise that computers, laptops, and mobile devices commonly wind up as courtroom evidence.
There was a time when “Skype” was synonymous with “web-based calling.” People all over the world used the platform to connect and the company name itself became a verb much like “Google” or “Xerox.”
Since then, the internet telephony industry has grown by leaps and bounds.
Client-attorney privileges are a pillar of the legal profession. In fact, they're so important that they're protected by law -- and that has implications for your IT solutions.
To instill trust with your clients and remain within the guidelines of legal compliance, it is of the utmost importance that attorney-client correspondence be protected by the best technology available
The legal industry faces a different set of privacy challenges than it did two short decades ago.
All businesses, regardless of their size or function, need a strategy for contending with sudden and unexpected data loss. Microsoft has addressed this by creating Data Loss Prevention policies to combat security risks in today’s online, cloud-driven business world.
In modern law offices, implementing a document management system is one of the most efficient and purposeful upgrades available. Dozens of firms right here in Mobile have already made the switch and are reaping the benefits.
When properly integrated into every part of your business and supported by trained experts, a document management system saves you money and facilitates a smoother eDiscovery process.
Although many professionals trust Office 365 for convenient file backups and revision histories, it isn’t the only tool you should be using. In fact, trusting only one or two cloud-based services can be a recipe for trouble down the line.
Here are some issues you may not have considered when setting up your Office 365 backups, as well as how to alleviate those problems with a secondary backup solution.
The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will go into effect on May 25th of this year, and the regulations will impact several areas of business operations within the EU.
Businesses doing business with individuals or companies within the European Union will also be affected.
As a law firm, you need effective document management for your daily operations. And while the days of crowded storerooms and jammed-pack file cabinets aren’t gone just yet, they’re on their way out thanks in large part to the rise in digital imaging for law firms.
Voice over Internet Protocol systems have been around for about 30 years, but have recently begun to gain steam in small- and medium-sized businesses. In the early days of the internet, when speeds weren’t what they are today, VoIP calls often lagged behind traditional landlines in terms of quality and reliability.
Having surpassed 100 million business subscribers, Office 365 has long been the industry standard in desktop productivity. For law firms seeking to reduce overhead, enhance productivity and increase the number of billable hours, the world’s favorite office suite presents an invaluable solution.