“There are two strengths that a law firm needs to build in this crisis. The technology strength and the technology foundations to work in a distributed way in embracing the cloud, but also in the way you run a firm. Your daily cadence needs to get reinvented in a distributed world. We’re trying to educate the industry that these two things go hand in hand in this crisis. Even firms that are running in the cloud have a significant amount of change and evolution to go through to be more distributed.”
True cloud is the sensible approach for legal departments to quickly and easily reduce data volumes and get instant access and insights about discovery data—giving them the power to truly “know now” about the merits of a case. True cloud also represents a radical new democratization of e-discovery: Legal professionals, regardless of their technical skill, can now leverage the full power of the cloud, bringing speed, flexibility, affordability and sustainability to the business challenge of managing exponentially growing volumes of variable and disparate data.
Our latest legal IT video is a vox pop compilation of top tips on cloud computing via e-know.net – the video was filmed at last month’s LawTech Futures event in London. http://www.e-know.net/
Andrew Brewerton of EVault says law firms can trust the cloud but it’s the providers they need to worry about – and why it is essential to get clear ansers on Security, SLAs, Financial Stability, Recovery Process and Resilience
Tim Cheadle, the former head-honcho of LexisNexis UK’s Enterprise Solutions business is back in legal IT with a new venture called Ad Coelum Technology Limited.
Over the last couple of years, there has been a growing awareness that the Big Issue with cloud computing and outsourcing is not the technology but the viability of the service providers – in otherwords the key is not IT but due dilligence. Unfortunately the latest developments in the ongoing collapse of the 2e2 business […]