Anyone working within or for the legal sector know that legal professionals today are under a lot of pressure to be more responsive, more efficient and more cost-effective. This is all set against a backdrop of rising security threats and more technology options than ever before.
It’s no secret that contracting with an outside party to take care of certain tasks instead of hiring new employees is becoming more widespread in the modern business paradigm. Today we’re talking about outsourcing. The reason more and more businesses are getting on this bandwagon is that and it can help your business grow and save money when it’s done right. This blog is the first in a series of articles to highlight the many advantages of building outsourced resources into your business model.
Here at Virtuoso we spend a lot of time talking about Microsoft 365 and Office 365. In fact they make up the foundation of many of the services we provide to our customers.
We’ve been singing Microsoft Team’s praises since the app was released. In our opinion, its user-friendly interface and innovative features make it the must-have tool for businesses of all sizes. It’s no surprise therefore that this week Microsoft released the news that Microsoft Teams is the now used by 329,000 businesses, up from 200,000 in March making it the fastest growing Microsoft app in history.
For law firms the safety and security of their own and clients’ data is not only a legal and compliance requirement, it is also essential to their growth – and even survival. You only need to think of the recent ‘Panama Papers’ hacking news story at the law firm Mossack Fonesca, which earlier this year announced it would cease trading, to appreciate just how important it is.
Part 2 – Microsoft Teams Most people will in some way already be familiar with Office 365. However, despite the myriad of services on offer, many still associate the platform as simply being ‘Email in the cloud’. Realistically, this is just one small part of part of the platform and only a tiny part of […]
Part 1 – Microsoft Planner A few weeks back we took a closer look at Microsoft’s group chat tool, Teams. This week, we’re turning our attention to Microsoft Planner which has been designed to be a user-friendly, collaborative and highly visual task management tool. Planner is positioned as a rival to the popular Trello (just […]
Today (Friday 25th May), is the day when the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation — better known as GDPR — officially takes effect. Its effects have been far reaching and you’ve no doubt been bombarded with emails from services and products you use or own because of it.
Despite some people claiming they never have enough time, we all share the same 24 hours in a day. And now, more than ever perhaps, it seems like those 24 hours are just not enough. In the digital age, people feel more overwhelmed than ever and most of us would love more time – not necessarily time to do more work, but more time to do what we love. Microsoft have recognised this and made Windows 10’s most recent updates geared towards helping you reclaim the most precious of assets – time.
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