Infrastructure: Demands and expectations
According to a Legal IT survey, when it comes to infrastructure, network resilience and security are the highest priorities. But, writes Jody Raynsford, delivering value for money alongside a high level of service is the main challenge law firm IT directors are having to grapple with
It is not the sexiest subject in the business or technology world, but for the majority of legal IT directors, IT infrastructure is the backbone of their work. Tussling with day-to-day operational issues, managing strategic change and rolling out new services – it is a dynamic area that, when handled successfully, no lawyer should know exists.
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