Not seen and not heard
With many law firms facing the obstacles of mergers, upgrades, roll-outs and office moves, IT infrastructure is a major consideration. Jody Raynsford discusses the results of a recent survey of IT directors by Legal Week's sister title Legal IT
It is not the sexiest subject in the business world, but for any law firm IT infrastructure is a major consideration, especially in the context of a merger or office move. Tussling with day-to-day operational issues, managing strategic change and rolling out new services – it is a dynamic area that, when handled successfully by the IT support department, no lawyer should know exists. But how are law firms faring with the obstacles of mergers, upgrades, roll-outs and office moves? To find out more about the changing attitudes towards the firm’s core infrastructure, Legal Week’s sister magazine, Legal IT, recently undertook a survey of IT directors.
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