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Tabush Group's Cloud & Managed IT Blog

How to Evaluate Cloud Desktop Solutions for Your Law Firm

With many law firms requiring a more flexible workspace, cloud-based business solutions continue to grow in popularity. One such solution, Desktop as a Service (DaaS), moves your desktops, servers, applications, and files to a secure, private cloud. This allows your attorneys and staff to safely access their desktops from anywhere, on any device. As the number of DaaS providers continues to grow, it can be challenging to find the right partner for your firm. When vetting a DaaS provider, there are several important factors to keep in mind.

Choosing the Right Cloud: SaaS, DaaS, IaaS, or PaaS?

Businesses and professional service firms are becoming increasingly reliant on cloud services to support their technology needs. But with a variety of options available, finding the right cloud service for your business can feel overwhelming. Before you make the switch, here are the various cloud services and the advantages they offer.

Better Performance and Free Boxtop Upgrades on the Way

We already announced free upgrades for every Boxtop user from 6GB to 8GB RAM. Now, we’re giving you even more! Tabush Group is excited to announce additional upgrades for every Boxtop user from 150GB to 250 GB of local disk space.

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.

How Law Firms Can Switch to a Cloud Provider in 5 Easy Steps

As the cloud computing market continues to expand, more law firms are turning to a cloud service provider for some or all of their IT needs. By partnering with a cloud service provider, law firms can realize many benefits, including increased cybersecurity, seamless access to systems from multiple locations, scalability, lower and more predictable costs, and access to a wide range of professional IT expertise. But for many law firms, switching their files, data, and applications from on-premises systems to a cloud hosted by a third-party provider may feel like a daunting task. Below is a roadmap for ensuring a seamless transition.

With Cloud Service Providers, You Get More Than a Whole IT Department

Many firms have been turning to cloud for the myriad of benefits it brings. But attempting to move and maintain your firm on the cloud on your own will come with challenges and robust staffing requirements. A better solution would be to turn to a cloud service provider that can offer your firm more than an internal team alone, while also easing your IT concerns. Partnering with a good cloud service provider ensures your firm’s productivity and security while allowing you to focus on your business and clients. Here are the top 5 ways that working with a cloud service provider gives you more than an entire in-house IT department.

How Law Firms Can Safely Store Files in the Cloud

Today, nearly everyone stores something in the cloud, whether it be photos, music, or documents. Cloud backs up your files, alleviates the need to purchase costly extra storage, and easily makes your files accessible from multiple devices. But one must take different factors into account when considering cloud for personal use versus cloud for professional use.

How Law Firms Can Get the Most from Their Relationship with Their Cloud Service Provider

About 60% of law firms partner with a cloud service provider for some or all their IT needs, according to the American Bar Association. Small and midsize law firms specifically see many benefits in working with a cloud service provider, from immediate access to the latest applications and updates and a stable of IT professionals with a wide range of technical expertise to scalability, predictable costs, and enhanced cybersecurity. But the fact is, some law firms benefit more from their relationship with their cloud service provider than others. Here are some ways to ensure you get the most out of your relationship with your cloud provider.