Law in the Cloud

Power BI for the Legal Sector – How to maximise billable time and gain business advantage.

Posted by on Feb 13, 2018 in Customer Post, Law in the Cloud, Microsoft | 0 comments

Power BI for the Legal Sector – How to maximise billable time and gain business advantage.

This week we are delighted to include a guest post from one of our customers, Chris Cato who is Operations Director at Howell-Jones LLP based in Surrey, UK.  In this article Chris explains how Power BI can be used to gain data insights that will help increase billable time and maximise your competitive edge. Data management and visualisation challenges aren’t unique to law firms, but the legal sector in particular does struggle with massive amounts of internally produced data. Often that results in the difficult and time-consuming task of analysing and reporting on that data because the business recognises that the resulting insights are a hidden gem to inform...

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Did you know that 90% of Cyber-Security attacks start with a phishing email?

Posted by on May 16, 2017 in Cloud, Law in the Cloud, Microsoft | 0 comments

Did you know that 90% of Cyber-Security attacks start with a phishing email?

Did you know that 90% of Cyber-Security attacks start with a phishing email? How many times has your business received a suspicious email that looks as genuine as all the others? How many of your colleagues clicked on links in an email and regretted it? If this is something you worry about in your practice it’s time to look at how the Microsoft Cloud can help to secure your business. It’s time to take an approach that is Secure, Strategic and Successful. It’s time for you to talk to AspiraCloud and find out how we can help you just like we helped Howell-Jones Solicitors based in Kingston upon Thames. Legal firm moves to the cloud for greater security,...

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Busting the Myths around Cloud Security

Posted by on Apr 4, 2017 in Cloud, Law in the Cloud, Microsoft | 0 comments

Cloud services: A view of legal sector guidance I recently enjoyed a visit to one of the UK’s largest legal event specifically designed for lawyers and ambitious law firms seeking ground breaking innovations.  As you would expect the Cloud and Digital Transformation and Business Improvement were topics under discussion in every theatre. I did hear one speaker say “There are too many questions relating to Safe Harbour for commercial law firms to trust Office 365”.  I’ll be fair to the speaker in case I heard the line out of context, and just say that, without said context, this is #fakenews. Spend some time listening to Brad Smith, Microsoft’s President and Chief Legal...

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Have you considered the cloud?

Posted by on Sep 9, 2015 in Azure, Cloud, Law in the Cloud, Microsoft | 0 comments

July 15th was an important date for anyone using Microsoft Server 2003 and it probably passed many people by without noticing.  Support for Windows Server 2003 ended on that date and many of our customers are looking at this as an opportunity to move towards the cloud for their hosting and workload needs. We have a number of partners who are able to help you move to the cloud. This post explores some of the factors and objectives that you and your business should consider when migrating to the cloud.There has never been a better time for businesses and education providers to consider moving their workload to the cloud. Microsoft Support for Windows Server 2003 has come...

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