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Blog | Overcoming objections to cloud computing in the legal sector

Monday, August 6th, 2018

With the legal sector undergoing vital digital transformation, it becomes difficult to outline and overcome the risks cloud technology could present law firms with. While many law firms plan to invest in new technology in the coming years, the cloud may still be a bit foggy especially when not all the benefits are outlined clearly. […]

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Whitepaper | Taking your business into the cloud

Monday, August 6th, 2018

Outdated IT is weighing you down With 86% of professionals considering an organisation’s flexible work policies before applying for a role, it’s essential that modern day businesses are considering what cloud-hosted technologies can mean to them. Traditional IT is not only hindering employee retention and branding; it is also causing a strain on in-house IT […]

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Blog | Is cloud computing the future of the legal sector?

Wednesday, August 1st, 2018

Legal firms are starting to embrace the power of the cloud. By adopting innovative technology to ensure they can meet the challenges of the digital era more efficiently. The legal sector is among the 60% of British businesses that have already made a move to the cloud as part of efforts to operate in a […]

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Blog | Solicitors: How to embrace remote working

Tuesday, July 31st, 2018

AM Law conducted a survey within a diverse group of 200 law firms on whether they have adopted cloud technology, in this survey 62% said that they used software as a service. With the adoption of cloud computing comes the introduction of new ways of working. Despite the many benefits new technology provides the legal sector, […]

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Blog | Improve customer service in your recruitment agency

Tuesday, July 17th, 2018

10.8% of recruiters find it difficult to keep up with candidate demands which can reflect badly on an agency’s brand. With this being said, a study published in Harvard Business Review asserted that a 5% increase in customer loyalty can increase profits from 25% to 85%. The gap between candidate demands and candidate satisfaction is […]

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