Regardless of the industry, just about every business requires information technology (IT) services, and a team of experienced specialists to implement and maintain them. This includes: server management, data backup, virus protection, spyware installation, malware safeguards and daily technical support.
In the old days, businesses were forced to rely on the capabilities of physical computers to run software programs and store important data. This was not only technologically limiting, but also inconvenient, as they were likely only accessible within the company’s offices.
As your business continues to grow, it’s important to make sure your technology infrastructure is prepared to handle it. Many companies, especially small and medium-sized businesses, question whether or not they need to invest in a server.
Attorneys and law firms regularly access highly sensitive and confidential information about their clients. It’s therefore their responsibility to ensure it remains private, making document security a high priority for every law firm. Fears of data breaches and hacking have prevented law firms and lawyers alike from embracing cloud-based storage and sharing options, such as Google's cloud computing software, G Suite—which includes word processing program Google Docs.