Reflecting on the NHS ‘WannaCry’ Ransomware attackLike everyone else, I was saddened by the NHS Ransomware attack that took place, and unfortunately it’s the kind of thing we’re now seeing on a frequent basis.
Merlin Knott at SAP UKI and David Milburn at itelligence Business Solutions UK say law firms must sharpen their appreciation of how analytics can improve the whole business value chain to drive improvement in profitability
At the moment, everywhere I turn I am met with yet another article scaremongering about the latest General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). I've heard stories of fines for non-compliance of anything between 4% and 10% of global turnover, as well as promise that Brexit will provide some sort of respite from GDPR, which is certainly not the case.
Leaders in all sorts of operational and managerial roles across the legal sector flocked to Briefing Operational Leaders in Legal 2017 in March to discuss what it takes to lead change in a law firm… which turns out to be quite a lot. Kayli Olson reports.
Think cyber threats only affect large enterprises? Think again. The FSB found last year that smaller UK firms are actually bearing the brunt of online threats – at a combined cost of nearly £5.3 billion. In fact, SMBs are attacked a staggering seven million times each year, despite the vast majority (93%) taking some steps to protect themselves.
The explosive growth of information presents management challenges to every organization today. Retaining volumes of information beyond its legal, regulatory, or operational value increases data storage costs and strains information technology resources.
In today’s legal landscape, it is common to perceive corporate law departments and law firms as competing forces. But in reality, the relationship between the two is not so dissimilar. Though there are fundamental structural and incentive differences, the big-picture challenges they face – and the solutions available to them – are very much alike.
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