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February 15, 2018
Cloud backup isn’t just about finding an offsite repository for on-premises backups. Backup software vendors know that increasingly you will need to backup data that is already in the cloud.
February 14, 2018
In an increasingly abstracted and software-defined infrastructure, many organizations are paradoxically looking to hardware appliances for backup and data availability solutions. Hyperconverged appliance vendors such as Rubrik and Cohesity are increasingly joining traditional backup software vendors like Veeam on the short list. Consider if the hardware approach is right for you.
October 18, 2017
The practice of law is ripe for disruption, with start-ups leveraging the use of artificial intelligence. Both CIOs and partners of firms should take notice, because tech is quickly becoming a major competitive advantage in both the office and the courtroom.
May 19, 2017
As a law firm, it is not only your responsibility to provide services, you are also required to provide secure services – whether you know it or not. However, when your customer-facing talent has to choose between providing excellent customer experiences or considering every security precaution, security often comes in second.
May 15, 2017
Cloud computing is a boon for business, but can law firms use it ethically? Which ethical rules are at play? While the cloud doesn’t appear to be explicitly off limits, appropriate cloud adoption lies on the other side of a due diligence effort, directed both internally and externally. Law firms face unique challenges; they need to explore unique solutions.