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Morris Tabush

Morris Tabush

Founder & President at Tabush Group

Recent Posts by Morris Tabush:

Cyber Attacks, Changes to Cyber Insurance, and More in my Quarterly Update

People often ask me what's on my mind, what I'm working on, and what's "new and exciting." Since I'm not big on social media, this is how I share these things a few times a year.

6 Ways to Improve Your Law Firm's Technology

In today's fast-paced digital landscape, law firms must continually adapt and improve their technology to stay competitive. With the right practices in place, firms can reduce IT costs, enhance productivity, minimize potential problems, and deliver an exceptional end-user experience. Below we highlight six effective strategies that can help your firm achieve your IT goals.

My Favorite Chrome Feature, What is DaaS, and More in my Quarterly Update

People often ask me what's on my mind, what I'm working on, and what's "new and exciting." Since I'm not big on social media, this is how I share these things a few times a year.

My Favorite Laptops, Managing Partner Forum, Smart Home Amnesia, Bitcoin...and Farm Equipment?

People often ask me what's on my mind, what I'm working on, and what's "new and exciting." Since I'm not big on social media, this is how I share these things a few times a year.

Blackberry, Hybrid, and (Even More!) Cybersecurity

People often ask me what's on my mind, what I'm working on, and what's "new and exciting." Since I'm not big on social media, this is how I share these things a few times a year.

Morris Tabush Reflects on 2020's Trends

People often ask me what’s on my mind, what I’m working on, and what’s ‘new and exciting.’ Since I’m not big on social media, this is my way of sharing these things a few times a year.

Fall is here, the election is (sort of) behind us, and eight months into the pandemic approximately 85% of office workers in major cities are still working from home, which is something that many predictions say may never return to the way it was.

From the Desk of Morris Tabush: See His Home Office Recommendations

Eight months after companies took the proactive step to transition to working from home, many people still have a temporary setup at home and are learning how to adapt to this new reality and lifestyle.  I received many questions about how to make a more comfortable work from home environment to ensure productivity.  Below is my personal work from home recommendations. As you'll see, I'm a big Logitech fan!

8 Reasons Why Software is Still Stronger than Ever

Last year, I met the managing partner of a law firm who was in the middle of moving to a new practice management system.  The firm had been on the existing software solution for close to two decades, and Jim (as we’ll call him here), was a bit anxious about the change.  When I asked him why, he said that overall they were happy with the software they’d grown to know and master all these years, but “it’s not in the cloud, and everyone says we need to be in the cloud, so we’re changing” (to a web-based system).

Fast forward to last week when Jim and I caught up and he’s now looking to change back.  “The new system is sleek and cool, and it’s nice that it’s in the cloud, but it just doesn’t do some of the things that we need, and even after all the work we put into migration, we’ve decided to switch back.  Can you help us?” he asked me.

Why Law Firms are Moving to the Cloud

Cloud is one of the hot topics in IT and has been for the past few years. Prior to 2010, cloud products were often inferior to their traditional on-premise counterparts. Since then, however, much has changed, including advancements in telecom, mobile devices, and data center technologies.  Combine that with the maturity of cloud providers and products, and now cloud solutions are often positioned as the best option for law firms.