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Tabush Group's Cloud & Managed IT Blog

Enhance Your Law Firm's Efficiency with Desktop as a Service (DaaS)

To thrive in an increasingly competitive world, law firms need IT that will support their ability to provide excellent client service. A firm’s IT system must strategically align with operations and enable attorneys and staff to work efficiently, productively, and securely, whether on-site or at a remote location. Desktop as a Service (DaaS), checks all of these boxes, allowing a law firm to realize multiple benefits.

How Do I Know When I Need To Change IT Providers for My Law Firm

Technology is integral to your law firm’s successful operations. An efficient, secure, accessible, and well-designed IT system will support your ability to provide outstanding client service and distinguish yourself in an increasingly competitive marketplace. Law firms evolve over time, and their managed IT service provider must be able to provide solutions that support their dynamic business objectives. Here are some signs that it may be time to change your managed IT service provider.

Should Law Firms Have Remote Desktop Options?

The traditional law firm office with desktop computers and bulky on-premise servers is no longer optimal for a hybrid or remote work environment. To thrive today, law firms need IT systems enabling attorneys and staff to perform all their tasks efficiently, productively, and securely whether they are in the office or working from home, court, a client’s office, or even on the go. Remote desktop solutions, which allow users to access their desktop computer from any location, were developed to help support a flexible workplace. However, for the reasons enumerated below, Desktop as a Service (DaaS) is a far superior option for law firms.

Tabush Group’s Cloud and IT: A Year in Review and Look Ahead

As we bid farewell to 2023 and set our sights on the horizon of 2024, I find it essential to reflect on our journey and how we’ve developed our cloud and IT services. 2023 was marked by challenges, growth, and strategic adaptations. Let's delve into the highlights and glimpse at what lies ahead.

How Businesses Can Safely Store Data in the Cloud

Businesses are increasingly storing data in the cloud. Over the next decade, the global cloud computing market is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate of 16.8%, from $629.5 billion in 2023 to $2,974.6 billion in 2033, according to Market.us. By adopting cloud-based technologies, companies realize multiple advantages, including superior flexibility, ease of access, scalability, and, in many cases, enhanced security. Below are some considerations to ensure the safety of your data in the cloud.

7 Crucial Questions for Evaluating Managed IT Service Providers

As a law firm, you need your IT to be reliable, secure, and properly designed to support your business goals. For most law firms, it is cost-prohibitive to have all the competencies you need to design, manage, and support a modern IT system in-house. Many firms partner with an outside managed service provider (MSP) for some or all of their IT needs. Here are seven essential questions to ask when interviewing MSPs.

Cloud Security for Law Firms: Debunking Myths & Embracing Benefits

The transition to hybrid workplaces prompted law firms to embrace the cloud for the mobility and accessibility it provides. But as they contemplate a full transition to cloud-based technologies, some law firms are stubbornly clinging to the perception that the cloud is not as secure as on-premise solutions. This perception could not be further from the truth. In fact, the cloud provides superior cybersecurity.

Why Is DaaS Growing Exponentially?

Desktop as a Service (DaaS) is growing exponentially. Worldwide, the DaaS market is expected to swell from $4.9 billion in 2022 to $18.7 billion by 2032, growing at a CAGR of 21% over the next decade, according to a 2023 report by Custom Market Insights. Companies of all sizes and across all industries are adopting DaaS solutions for multiple reasons, including enhanced flexibility and ease of use, superior security, lower capital expenditures, and instant scalability.  

How to Downsize Your IT When You Downsize Your Office Footprint

In the wake of the pandemic, many companies are decreasing their office footprint. According to a survey published in May 2023 by real estate firm CBRE, 44% of companies have reduced their real estate space over the last three years, and 53% plan space reductions in the next three years, citing the increase in hybrid work, inefficiencies in their portfolio, and a desire to cut costs. For many companies, downsizing their offices also means downsizing their IT infrastructure but without losing access, functionality, or compromising on security. All this is possible with the transition to cloud technologies and DaaS (Desktop as a Service) in particular.