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Tabush Group's Cloud & Managed IT Blog

Do Law Firms Need IT Support?

To compete in today’s fast-paced world, every law firm needs a reliable, efficient, and secure IT system. However, most small and midsize law firms do not have the in-house resources needed to build, optimize, defend, maintain, support, and update such a system. Partnering with a reputable managed IT service provider (MSP) gives a law firm access to a better technology system than it could manage on its own while freeing up the firm to concentrate on doing what it does best: serving its clients. Consider the following when searching for an MSP.

2023 Cyber Breaches | Lessons for Business Security

Cyber attacks and data breaches continued to escalate in 2023, costing businesses, organizations, and government agencies billions of dollars and compromising the data of millions of individuals. The top cybercrime trends of 2023 offer companies lessons for safeguarding their systems and protecting their bottom lines.

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.

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.

The Obvious (and Not-So-Obvious) Consequences of a Cyber Breach

Cyber breaches are alarmingly expensive, costing impacted organizations an average of $4.45 million, according to IBM. Depending on the type and scope of the cyber incident, expenses can range from lost revenues, operational downtime, and reputational damage to ransom payments, remediation costs, and legal fees. Below is a closer look at some of the major consequences of a cyber breach, and how to fortify your system against a potential attack.

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.

Top 6 Questions to Ask a Managed Service Provider | Essential Guide

Businesses rely more heavily on technology today – which means getting it right is more important than ever. You can’t afford ill-timed outages, costly cyber breaches, or inefficient processes if your firm wants to remain competitive and effectively serve your clients. Because IT has become increasingly complex and costly for small and midsize businesses to do on their own, many turn to Managed IT Service Providers (MSPs) to fulfill some or all of their technology needs. Thoroughly vetting a potential IT provider is an essential first step to ensure that your firm's needs are effectively met. Here are 6 key questions to ask MSPs before you commit to a partnership.

6 Advantages of Managed IT Services in New York City

New York City is a highly competitive place to do business. In fact, a study by the Economist Intelligence Unit ranked New York the most competitive city on the planet. To succeed here, your law firm can’t afford to have its IT system go down due to faulty equipment, and you certainly can’t accept the security risks and lost productivity that inefficient, insecure IT breeds. Your law firm needs to focus its time and energy on your core business to stay ahead of your competitors. Partnering with a New York City-based managed IT service provider (MSP) can help you with all these realities and more.

The Costs of Bad IT: Impacts on Efficiency, Productivity, Security, and Talent Retention

When choosing IT solutions for your business, cost is certainly an important consideration. But in addition to comparing pricing of various IT products and services, it’s crucial to weigh the costs associated with having bad IT. An unreliable, inefficient, and insecure system that is ill-suited to the functionality of your business can send your bottom line into a downward spiral. Below are four ways that bad IT can be costly to your company.