Compliance with laws and regulations such as the GDPR, anti-money laundering laws and other regulatory requirements are all crucial, and you must be confident you and your firm are managing the responsibilities appropriately.
With many firms now adopting a ‘cloud first’ strategy, and with so many cloud options available, firms must ensure that the IT strategy fits in with the business strategy, therefore future-proofing their firm and driving real bottom-line value.
Given the highly sensitive nature of the data held on individuals and companies by legal firms, solicitors’ practices and barristers’ chambers often find themselves targeted by cybercriminals keen to access their systems, download their data, and sell it to the highest bidder.
When organizations invest in technology, they expect something in return. Common expectations in the legal industry include improving service delivery, making work processes more efficient and boosting staff productivity.