Given the kind of personal information that attorneys deal with on a day-to-day basis, the spike in remote work raises the risk of this same sensitive data falling into the wrong hands.
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Success with work-from-home models has some firms wondering when – or if – they’ll go back to the main office now that they are mostly free to return.
Whomever said, “May you live in interesting times” couldn’t have possibly imagined the “times” that we all are now experiencing to one degree or another.
Multifactor authentication throws a wrench into malicious attacks.
In order to get the most utility from your cloud, make sure you take the time to organize your cloud so it can best serve your needs. Keeping
Physical files aren’t secure enough to be used for the sensitive information law firms deal with.
When it comes to practicing law, time is money. Cloud technology can save your firm a significant amount of both.
Cloud technology is liberating lawyers from the physical office by granting access to documents from any location.
A return to normalcy isn’t like flicking a light switch: It won’t happen right away. However, there are a few things you can do to make the transition a bit smoother.
The response aimed to contain the outbreak is leaving attorneys at law with a question: Does my firm provide services that qualify as essential?
When comparing IT solution providers, it’s important to know how they approach your firm’s needs. Afinety’s business model is based on standardized networks that are fast and reliable, with minimal cost to maintain.