Some law firms have been around for centuries. They’re proud of their traditions. But lawyers today can benefit from so many digital technologies. Consider the many different tools available to improve productivity, enhance mobility, and boost client relationships. An efficiency evolution awaits.
Lawyers need to verify identity before communicating with clients. In the digital age, this can be more challenging. There are phishing scams to worry about, business email counterfeiters, and issues with outgoing email and employee access. We share tips to keep cybersecurity up to snuff.
To tackle document sharing and data collection, workflow automation technology provides several benefits.
Accountants can’t afford technology downtime during the crunch season. Computer issues at any time are inconvenient and problematic. Outsourcing IT help can give your firm peace of mind year-round. Enjoy proactive IT expertise and know you’ll be a priority if the worst happens. Learn more about the advantages.
Insider attacks cost $11.45 million in 2019. Don’t be complacent. Thinking it won’t happen to your firm can lead to disaster. Learn about this and other less common cyberattacks. Your firm can prevent, detect and stop cybersecurity vulnerabilities.
Virtual meetings can make things easier for accountants. Especially when clients can’t come into your office. Teleconferencing faces some problems though. Here’s help with the three main ones: speed, Quality of Service, and security.
There has been dramatic growth in the public cloud services market and migrating to the cloud is a top priority for many companies. According to Gartner, the market would reach over $266 billion in 2020. Accountants are no different, and they enjoy cloud computing push too. This article rounds out the advantages for accountants and… Continue reading 7 Advantages of Cloud Computing for Accountants