In case you hadn’t checked Facebook today, it snowed in England(as an aside, it is rather amusing how people have a compulsion to share pictures of the snow in their garden? Oh well) I had some meetings in London, so after do not my hat, scarf and gloves I checked that I had a full … Read more
The Internet offers a plethora of cheap ways for lawyers to market their practices. But they do require effort and commitment if they are to pay off. Jamie Claret explains.
In the wake of shocking news on the low level of IT security at law firms and how mobile device scan heighten your exposure, Jamie Claret considers what measures you should have in place.
Jamie Claret looks at the electrical gizmos that have lit up 2008 – from the iPhone to the eBook and which you should be hoping a generous Santa has in his sack for you.
The economic situation is seeing the option of leasing your server, data storage, software applications and so on finally take off. Jamie Claret explains how cloud services can revolutionise a practice.
Do not just assume that any old IT support company can fulfil your firm’s needs, warns Jamie Claret. There are some key questions that they must be able to answer.
At a time when most firms are trying hard to control expenditure, Jamie Claret offers some tips on how the IT support budget can be effectively managed and even reduced.
Working Remotely Part 2 In the second part of his article on remote working, Jamie Claret outlines the key technologies that will help you feel like you are at your desk – even while sailing the ocean seas.
Working Remotely Part 1 In the first of a two-part feature on mobile working, Jamie Claret looks at the new technologies that are allowing people the flexibility to work away from the office.
Ensuring you have a disaster recovery plan. Backing-up your IT systems may sound boring, but it’s essential if you want to sleep well at night – because the alternative and its devastating impact on a firm is a whole lot worse, explains Jamie Claret.