Reasons to take business continuity to the cloud

In aiming for growth and longevity, business leaders find ways to arm their organizations with tools that get things done smarter and faster. Luckily, there are two resources that you can use to achieve both — data and technology.

But what if your data gets compromised by a breach, an outage, or a natural disaster? Do you have safeguards to minimize these interruptions and restore your operations? Do you have a business continuity plan in place?

According to research by IDG, business continuity planning is one of the top reasons many investors are turning to the cloud.

What is legal tech and how is it changing the skills of lawyers?

Legal technology (legal tech), or the use of technologies such as cloud, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data analytics in the legal practice, has radically improved how legal firms manage client data. Examples of legal tech solutions include:

With the recent shift to remote working due to the COVID-19 pandemic, legal tech solutions have become more relevant than ever.

Create an effective business continuity plan

If a fire or a data breach struck your small business tomorrow, would you know what to do? If your place of business was leveled by a tornado, how would your sales reps handle calls from customers? Hurricanes, snowstorms, and floods are regular occurrences and cyberattacks are more frequent now than ever.

How Proactive IT Maintenance Saves Time and Money in the Long Run

It’s tempting to avoid investing money in a system that appears to be working just fine. Who cares if you start the car with a butter knife as long as it still works, right? But what happens when the patchwork clunker does go belly up? It’s a ridiculous example, but are you sure it’s not how you view your technology investments? Business IT infrastructures get more complex every year, and if your maintenance philosophy is “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” chances are you’ve got an expensive future ahead of you.