Law firms are often misinterpreted to be stodgy places, reluctant to move into the 21st century with new and emerging technology. Nevertheless, they rely heavily upon computers to complete daily tasks. Documents such as contracts, wills, and other files are all confidential and extremely valuable; the data must be protected yet readily available at all times.
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