The cloud offers many advantages including effective mobility, disaster recovery and greater business agility. Cloud security has also advanced, and many organizations today actually get better security from their cloud providers than they could deliver themselves. Yet, all clouds are not equal. If you are evaluating the cloud, here are four factors to consider when comparing cloud providers:
When it comes to cyber security there is a lot to consider, which is why working with a managed service provider like Pulsant can add great value to your business. Get access to the latest technology, expertise and cyber security solutions to ensure your organisation is protected.
In our latest webinar we’re highlighting the work we’re doing with one of our expert security partners Armor Cloud Security.
What to expect
In this webinar we will cover the following security goals:
- Digital transformation, hybrid cloud and cyber security: How to protect your data in a changing environment.
- How to use the latest technology effectively: Access real-time analytics without slowing down your DevOps team and extend your security team with 24/7/365 SOC.
- How innovation can help you stay ahead of the threat: Learn how Pulsant Protect and Armor's ability to provide in-depth defence.
Robin Ferris, Solution Architect, Pulsant
Robin has over 20 years’ experience in working in IT. His exposure to the evolving threat landscape and infrastructure is very extensive, giving him huge insight into how and to what needs to be protected. He has worked in IT industry verticals including; education, healthcare, finance, government and military.
Stephen Gooding, UK Sales Manager, Armor
Steve has held various senior business development roles within the secure and compliant hosting sector for the last 13 years. Since 2012 Steve has been leading the EU team at Armor and now looks to support Pulsant and their clients throughout their digital transformation process ensuring their Hybrid IT Infrastructure is secure and compliant.
Alex Tull, Solutions Consultant, Armor
Alex is an innovative technologist with over 20 years’ experience working within financial, retail, insurance and government sectors. Alex’s role with Armor is to assist partners and clients with an understanding of their security and compliance requirements and design security-based solutions to help meet their business objectives.
While law firms have largely operated in the same way for generations, changing client needs, demand for better value and the benefits of new technology such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Cloud are pushing the legal sector in new directions.
Here, Doug Hargrove, Managing Director, Legal at Advanced, gives his predictions for the future of legal technology in 2019 and beyond.
The potential of AI beyond streamlining processes will be recognised
AI Needs Training
Encouraged by media portrayals of AI, a widespread myth is that AI simply learns by itself. For example, a common misconception represents AI as a digital brain that can be plugged and played into a given scenario, learning to solve X, Y, Z challenges on its own. Such representations are based on fiction, not fact.
AI Is Mathematics, Not Magic
DocsCorp, a leading provider of enterprise productivity solutions, today announced that its desktop productivity suite is compatible with Office 2019. For customers using the cloud, DocsCorp solutions are also Office 365 compatible. The DocsCorp suite of productivity tools include compareDocs for document comparison, cleanDocs for data breach prevention and metadata cleaning, and pdfDocs for PDF editing and bundling.
Workshare was once again recognized as the market-leading content comparison solution in the ILTA technology survey. We have great partners, like iManage, who we work with to ensure our leading technology is always embedded and available in the places you work.
All Workshare products are compatible with your iManage Work 10 solution, so you can use comparison software integrated with Work 10 now.
The technology landscape moves quickly. That’s a fact. One of the challenges with operating in this environment is that you need to keep pace with the changes, constant innovation and understand the impact it will all have on the organisation you work in and the wider industry.
But the key thing to remember about the technology landscape is that it’s a community of sorts. There’s a wealth of knowledge out there and success lies in sharing those skills and expertise, especially as the pace of change accelerates.
Blue Car Technologies, a provider of tailored software solutions to the legal sector and other professional services organisations, today announced that its market-leading DocuSign connector for iManage Work now provides support for the new release of iManage Work 10.2. Blue Car Technologies’ innovative DocuSign Connector allows users of iManage Work to sign digital documents seamlessly with a single right click action using DocuSign, the industry-leading e-signature solution.
Top 100 UK multi-disciplinary law firm Walker Morris is investing in Lexis® Visualfiles™ to deliver the stringent technology, efficiency and risk management requirements of customers and effectively compete with other high calibre law firms in its market segment.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) was a term first used in the 1950s to describe machines that mimic certain operations of the human mind and complete tasks that normally require human intelligence. At the core of AI today is Machine Learning, where computers use rules (algorithms) to analyse data, discern patterns and gather insight. AI is increasingly becoming part of our daily lives – whether it’s translating a foreign language on a phone or using a virtual assistant to seek medical advice – it is fast becoming a disruptive force in our working environments as well.