Since working remotely during the lockdown, our people are using Teams more ambitiously by the day, but from an information governance perspective we’re becoming concerned about what happens to all the content that’s being stored in the Files area. How can we make sure this doesn’t conflict with or supersede the documents and information held in our central systems of record?
It’s no secret your firm’s greatest asset is its lawyers. Their specialised expertise in various practice areas is how firms produce their product, which is why firms rely and encourage lawyers to develop deep subjectmatter expertise in their chosen practice area.
However, in an increasingly fast-paced and complex world, deep expertise is not enough to ensure maximum efficiency in delivering legal services. Collaborative law firms can harness and maximise the strengths of multiple experts, with efficient communication to deliver the strongest services possible.
LexisNexis Legal & Professional, a leading global provider of information and analytics have released, in partnership with international law firm Bird & Bird and ARPAS, a dedicated services agreement precedent for the drone operator market.
As change professionals, we talk about the need to have a ‘burning platform’ as the basis for any change initiative. This is because a burning platform will create the urgency you need to bring people along as you move things from the status quo to a new way as quickly as possible.
The Covid-19 pandemic created such a need as teams have been forced to work from home, change their ways of working and adapt to new IT. Although it’s a situation that nobody would have wanted or envisaged, it has removed any resistance by the very fact that people:
One of the most interesting takeaways for me from the finance Briefing Tiger Team session came from Kate Bassett, head of legal project management and process improvement at Ashurst, when she talks about the process being supported by data and educating users to interpret and then act upon the data. This really resonates with Pinnacle’s methodology, which talks about business processes being supported and shaped by the 3Cs – content, capabilities and culture.
Pulsant, a leading UK provider of regional data centre and cloud infrastructure services, has announced two new appointments to its leadership team.
Stephen Ball has been named Chief Sales Officer (CSO) while Simon Michie, who joined Pulsant as Interim Chief Technology Officer (CTO) in March, will now assume the role on a permanent basis.
Databarracks, today announces the release of the 2020 Data Health Check. Running since 2008, the annual report questions over 400 IT decision-makers in the UK on critical issues relating to IT resilience, cybersecurity, cloud and remote working.
Peter Groucutt, Managing Director of Databarracks, said: “It’s been a year of unprecedented disruption.
Who should attend: IT professionals
Law firms worldwide are looking to make better use of technology to enhance business performance. By applying AI and machine learning, firms can find unprecedented levels of insight to make better business decisions across the complete client engagement life cycle.
Listening to client needs is at the forefront of the Accesspoint offering, which is why we pride ourselves on constantly developing up to date IT solutions to cater to a firm’s fast pace environment.
We are now excited to announce the extra steps taken to offer our best-ever service for firms to improve the overall experience our clients have with us, by delivering the ever-important need of instant, transparent and accessible information.