Technology has dramatically changed legal work. E-discovery software now does the tasks once handled by new associates, and tools for contract management, document automation, eBilling, IP protection, practice management, risk and compliance, and so on have automated many functions within legal offices.
Business computing infrastructures are more complex than ever as companies migrate to the cloud and collect data from various sources. IT departments often find themselves overburdened as they try to manage all that data into a single, cohesive environment.
Protecting your information technology infrastructure is vital. Your organization can’t afford to be unprepared in the event of disasters such as regional power outages, cyberattacks, or hardware failures. Every minute of downtime can cost thousands of dollars.