This month's LPM magazine sees Converge TS' CFO Peter Gill discussing how best to deliver your legal software solution on time and within your budget. It also features a discussion with Metamorph Law's Head of IT, Michael McGuire on how Converge TS have supported their growth and strategy.
Throughout this blog series on Public Cloud, I’ve covered the advantages and disadvantages, along with the myths and realities of utilising a Public Cloud option for your law firm. With many firms now adopting a ‘cloud first’ strategy, and with so many cloud options available, firms must ensure that the IT strategy fits in with the business strategy, therefore future-proofing their firm and driving real bottom-line value.
So, which cloud option to choose? Broadly speaking, there are three options…
An increasing number of legal firms are looking to the cloud to deliver cost-efficiencies and flexibility, and many are becoming more confident with providers’ IT security and datacentre compliance capabilities. This shows a marked change in the industry as the cloud market matures and providers such as Microsoft Azure and AWS start to offer a secure, viable cloud option to law firms.
Following three years of strong growth and a significant increase in the size of our team, we took the decision to double the size of our office space and redesign it to better suit the needs of our fast-growing team.
We’ve transformed the office, creating a collaborative working space for the technical operations and service delivery team, and last week we welcomed Metro Mayor of the Liverpool City Region, Steve Rotheram, for the official opening.
Public Cloud is now the most identifiable example of cloud computing, where a service provider such as AWS or Microsoft Azure, makes resources such as virtual machines, applications or storage on a shared platform, available to a public audience via the internet.
Having recently joined us from Thomson Reuters Elite, Peter Gill talks to Briefing magazine about the impact of recent private equity investment in Converge TS and how this is shaping the future strategy of the company.
Within the next two years a number Microsoft and Citrix software versions will become ‘end of life’ as they reach the end of their Extended Support period.
We share practical tips to get your practice management solution implemented on time and on budget.
Modern Practice Management Systems (PMS) have become essential tools that law firms rely on every day to run their business. Transitioning to a new PMS - or moving an existing one into the cloud - are both complex, intricate exercises, with moving parts, a wide array of stakeholders and no room for project failure. In this article, we’re going to take a look at a couple of the key issues and problems that firms face along the way, and suggest some ways to ensure your project runs smoothly and is delivered on time.
It’s a widely known fact among CIO’s that using a cloud infrastructure provider to support their IT strategy is a key component of progression and increased profitability. Gartner recently reported that 80% of CIO’s will migrate to a cloud-based environment within the next few years.
You know you need to move to a modern Practice Management System (PMS). You’ve seen the opportunities of that leaving the baggage and inefficiencies of your old software behind presents, and you're excited at the prospect of heading towards the utopia of your new PMS.