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5 Elements of a Good BYOD Policy

With the prevalence of remote and hybrid work, many firms have implemented a bring your own device (BYOD) policy. While allowing employees to use their personal devices for work can increase flexibility and cut down on costs, a lax approach increases the risk of security and data breaches. Here are 5 ways to improve your firm’s BYOD policy and keep your data secure.

When Should a Company Hire a Managed IT Service Provider?

Partnering with a managed IT service provider (MSP) can take the heavy lifting off your company, allowing you to focus on your core business goals. Determining when to switch your company's IT to a third-party MSP can be a difficult decision. Here are some of the best indicators to know when partnering with an MSP can be the right decision for your company.

Helpful Tips for Using Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams has become a key part of communications for many organizations. The ease of messaging, video conferencing, and collaborating increases productivity and workplace flexibility. Although Teams is simple to use, it is a powerful tool with a variety of useful features. Here are some helpful tips to boost your productivity when using Microsoft Teams.

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.

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 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.

How a Strategic IT Investment Gives Law Firms a Competitive Advantage

In today’s increasingly competitive legal environment, it is more important than ever for law firms to approach their IT as a strategic investment rather than a cost of doing business. By teaming up with a solutions-driven IT partner and involving the IT professionals in your law firm’s strategic planning process, you can develop IT infrastructure and applications that support your firm’s long-term operational needs and business goals. Law firms who invest strategically in IT can gain a competitive advantage over other firms when vying for both clients and top talent.

How Strategic Investment in IT Enhances a Law Firm’s Operations

Many law firms think of IT as a cost of doing business rather than a strategic investment. As a result, their approach to IT tends to be reactive in nature. When problems occur, such as when the system repeatedly crashes or attorneys cannot access files remotely, the IT team troubleshoots and makes necessary adjustments – until the next issue arises.

How Does Desktop as a Service Work?

Desktop as a Service (DaaS) is growing in popularity, a trend accelerated by the pandemic. Research firm Gartner projected that the global DaaS market will expand by 253% from 2021 to 2024. While many companies understand that switching to DaaS can provide benefits like enhanced flexibility, efficiency, and cybersecurity, some are unsure of how exactly it works and apprehensive about leaping into new territory. Below is a primer on how DaaS works and what’s involved in transitioning to a DaaS solution.