Watch: Moving to Managed Technologies: A Key Industry Trend

The legal information environment is changing rapidly. Emerging threats, increased need for accessibility and ubiquity, novel firm organizations, and new or stricter compliance standards are all putting pressure on managing partners and IT staff. This rapid evolution, some would even say revolution, demands a careful yet comprehensive strategy. That strategy needs to be informed, realistic, buzz-word proof and, above all, available now.

In this video, discover the key information technology challenges facing law firms today, translate the IT vernacular into simple, usable concepts, and review the most prevalent solutions or approaches that address the new realities of the legal data landscape.

 Learning Objectives:

  • Threats to your firm’s information assets
  • Compliance and business continuity challenges
  • The alphabet soup of options (IAAS, PAAS, SAAS & DAAS) and their pros and cons

The Speaker:

Chris CardinalEVP Software Engineering, Abacus Data Systems

With over 20 years in a senior management role, Chris has been responsible for very small to very significant teams in startup and large organizations. Comfortable with the technical crowd and the laymen, Chris can translate complex issues into clear solutions. He is a recognized expert on development strategies, implementations and life cycle management. For the last five years, he has been focused on development in a variety of Cloud technologies and platforms, most recently Amicus Online.

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Please note: this is a non CLE session.
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