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Tabush Group's Cloud & Managed IT Blog

7 Things Every Employee Needs to Know about Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity is at the forefront of every business owner’s mind, but many fail to realize that their employees are an essential part of their cybersecurity practices. While firewalls, monitoring systems, and anti-virus software are essential to cybersecurity, the human element plays the most vital role in preventing a breach. Employees need to know how to keep themselves, their company, and their clients safe. Here are 7 things every employee needs to know about cybersecurity.

5 Ways Managed IT Can Benefit Your Law Firm

Reliable, efficient, and secure technology is necessary for law firms to provide their clients with excellent service. But it is not necessary – or even advisable – for small and midsized law firms to manage their IT themselves. Unlike their larger counterparts, small and midsized law firms simply do not have the resources to properly build, optimize, support, and defend an enterprise-level IT system.

By partnering with a good managed IT service provider (MSP), you gain the expertise and capability of an entire in-house IT department, which frees your firm up to focus on what you do best: providing your clients with trusted legal counsel and representation.

5 Ways DaaS Gives Your Law Firm a Competitive Advantage

Competition within the legal industry is fierce. Whether your goal is to attract new clients, retain talent, or improve efficiencies, law firms need every competitive advantage to thrive. Desktop as a Service (DaaS) is a cloud-based solution that firms can utilize to transform their IT and become more secure, mobile, and free to focus on their clients.

What Are Managed IT Services?

Managed IT services enable a firm to outsource some or all of their IT functions to a third-party provider. Partnering with a managed service provider (MSP) takes IT headaches off your plate so you can focus on your own business. If you also have an in-house IT team, they are freed up to concentrate on higher-level tasks. Businesses can derive many benefits from managed IT services, including predictable costs and scalability; access to premium, state-of-the-art tools and a deeper bench of IT expertise; superior cybersecurity, increased productivity, and proactive monitoring to prevent disruptions.  

Boxtop Upgrading All Users for an Enhanced Cloud Experience

Tabush Group is excited to announce that we are upgrading every Boxtop Premium user from 6GB RAM to 8GB RAM at no additional cost!

The Pros and Cons of Moving Your IT to a Private Cloud

Over the past few years, “The Cloud” has become a household name, with many people trusting cloud services to keep their photos, videos, and documents safe. However, saving a family photo seems trivial in comparison to storing sensitive business data through a third-party cloud provider.

While some firms are still skeptical about moving their servers, applications, and files to the cloud, many firms have embraced the transition. Regardless of your position, it is important to understand the pros and cons of cloud and whether a cloud service is right for your firm.

Backup and Business Continuity: Is Your Law Firm Prepared for a Natural Disaster?

The wide-scale destruction wreaked by Hurricane Ian is a stark reminder that firms need to be prepared for a natural disaster. If a hurricane, tornado, earthquake, blizzard, flood, fire, or gas explosion destroyed or rendered your offices inaccessible, does your firm have a plan in place to ensure recovery of your data and continuation of your operations?

To Pay or Not To Pay: How to Handle a Ransomware Demand

Ransomware attacks are ever-growing threats, and law firms need to be prepared. Becoming locked out of your network or applications creates a massive roadblock, costing your firm time, money, and even its reputation. Not only are ransomware attacks becoming more sophisticated, but they are increasingly directed at law firms due to the sensitive nature and high value of their data. If your firm is hit with a ransomware attack, should you pay the ransom?

How Cloud Services Can Help Law Firms Scale Up or Down Quickly

Cloud-based solutions can benefit law firms in many ways, from streamlining workflows to facilitating remote access to enhancing security. Simple scalability is another hallmark of cloud computing. By migrating to the cloud, your law firm will gain the ability to scale your operations up or down seamlessly and efficiently as your business evolves.