- Awdry Bailey & Douglas select CTS’ managed cloud solution
CTS, the only provider of cloud and managed IT services purely dedicated to the UK & Irish legal sector, has been selected by Awdry Bailey & Douglas a firm based in four towns in Wiltshire to provide a Managed Cloud solution.
- CTS Agile blog: Empowering your agile workforce with cloud
Although we have worked in partnership with law firms for over 12 years, we had not truly experienced how business-critical our services were to the sector until now: secure and immediate access to data and applications from any device, anywhere...
- CTS appoints Ed Smyth to its board of directors as COO and CFO
On 4th May 2020, CTS, the cloud provider to the legal sector, appointed Ed Symth to its Board of Directors as the company’s Chief Operating Officer and Chief Finance Officer.
Ed is responsible for ensuring CTS has operating...
- CTS webinar: Building the agile firm
On 28 April 2020, CTS was joined by James Temple, COO at Seddons Solicitors, who discussed the projects that have allowed the firm to seamlessly transition to remote working in response to the Covid-19 health crisis.
- Covid-19 and the pressures on in-house IT teams
The current and complete reliance on technology, due to the Coronavirus outbreak, has seen internal IT teams stretched to their full extent as they struggle to keep their law firm functioning seamlessly while the entire workforce works from home...
- CTS launch a free Covid-19 response helpline to support UK&I legal sector
On 15th April 2020, CTS, the cloud provider to the legal sector, has launched a free COVID-19 response helpline. This new service is designed to support the legal sector in overcoming the obstacles presented by remote working over the next couple...
- CTS: Tackling the rising security risks of remote working
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has left all sectors to consider how best to protect both their workforce and business from the virus. According to the BBC, approximately 1.5 million people regularly work from home but this number, in recent...
- CTS discuss a drain on efficiency – how your law firm’s legacy software is holding you back
The previously cautious legal sector are now the ones who are creating a demand for SaaS products as they migrate from their core legacy systems to reap the benefits of cloud-based solutions.
When it comes to Case and Practice Management (...
- Adele Summers at Wilson Nesbitt on why the firm chose CTS to ensure its security
IT director Adele Summers explains how Northern Irish firm Wilson Nesbitt chose IT provider CTS to help it grow and ensure the firm’s security would remain up to scratch.
Wilson Nesbitt is a full-service law firm with commercial...
- James Temple at Seddons on how partnering with CTS resulted in better staff performance
Seddons is an SME law firm based in London’s west end. It advises UK and international clients on a range of specialisms including residential and commercial real estate, family law, corporate law and immigration, among others. The firm...
- Andrew Taylor at O'Neill Patient Solicitors on how CTS has helped manage risk
Processing as many as 88,000 conveyancing transactions a year, O’Neill Patient Solicitors (ONP) has long held investment in the right supporting technology to be a central pillar of its growth strategy. For example, the firm’s ‘...
- What your law firm’s cyber insurance doesn’t cover
Law firms have more to lose from cyber security breaches than most types of business, because handling sensitive and confidential information for clients is so central to what legal professionals do. That's why increasing numbers of firms are...
- CTS supports Wilson Nesbitt in achieving cyber essentials plus accreditation
CTS is delighted to confirm that their client, Wilson Nesbitt, has been awarded the Government approved Cyber Essentials Plus accreditation. Established in 1948, Wilson Nesbitt is a Northern Ireland law firm with offices in Belfast and Bangor,...
- A guide for law firms to successfully pass a client security audit
Cybercrime is becoming an ever more frequent and sophisticated threat to law firms. At the same time regulatory compliance is becoming tougher, the penalties for non-compliance are escalating, and clients are insisting...
- Three approaches to protecting your law firm's data and reputation
Which one is right for you?
Nobody in the legal sector is denying the importance of cyber security. Protecting the sensitive data your firm holds on behalf of its clients is essential.