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Law Firms and Business Intelligence

June 20, 2017

Business Intelligence is taking the world by storm. Gaining deeper insights from your data, which help you make better business decisions, is a transformative power for businesses of any size, in any industry. Essentially, business intelligence is two parts – gathering data (which you may already be doing) and analyzing it so it may be intelligently applied. For law firms specifically, business intelligence draws from best practices and combines software applications and business analysis c [...]

Two Smart Places for Law Firms to Invest in Tech

June 14, 2017

Many lawyers cringe at the idea of choosing technology platforms. Believe it or not, however, you can have personalized legal services and technology that co-exist. Beyond that, your technology can help you connect with clients in a ver personalized way, network and collaborate, and stay current on industry trends all while keeping your data secure. As long as you are investing in scalable software solutions, these are dollars that will help your firm grow. Your smaller practice competes with [...]

Why Every School Needs a Chief Technology Officer

June 12, 2017

10 years ago, there was a perception among school leaders that the technology department was largely a branch of school operations that had little intersection with the actual “business” of education. The work of teaching and learning could largely progress without academic leaders cultivating a close relationship with technology personnel. Technology was largely seen as a utility in the school environment: we think about email like we think about water. Everyone is happy and unmotivated t [...]

Cyber Liability Insurance and Human Error

June 7, 2017

As cyber threats climb in number and begin to affect large and small businesses across all industries, have you started to rethink your security and back-up strategies? If not, it might be time to do so. Small businesses are targeted by 55% of cyber attacks, so if you’re thinking it couldn’t happen to you, think again. Even with security patching, monitoring, and secure passwords, there is still a chance your small business could fall victim to one of these attacks. If your attempts to keep [...]