Amicus Attorney 2016 is Here!
Amicus Premium 2016 was released in January. Here are just a few highlights of what’s new with Amicus Premium 2016: The Next Level of Document Management – get the tools of an expansive document management solution, right from within Amicus
Unbelievable Control of Your Communications – expanded communication views and filters offer superior visibility and control.
PCLaw is Moving to Microsoft SQL
What does this mean to me, and why do I care? This is a backend (the part of the software that changes are made to, and most users do not even realize) improvement; designed to make the product more stable and provide consistency when it comes to new features and interactions with other products.
Is Your Network the Weakest Link for Data Protection?
Data protection isn’t just about reliably backing up your application data and files. It is also important to be able to rapidly restore data in the event of data loss. In addition to natural disasters, cyberthreat and human error drive the need for a solid data protection plan and reliable network performance.
Migrating to the Cloud – How to Avoid Turbulence
Migrating to the Cloud can be bumpy if you are not prepared. Chances are you have already started migrating to the Cloud. Without realizing it, you may be accessing the Cloud by using mobile and web based applications and services that store and share your data from the Cloud. According to International Data Corporation, (IDC) public IT Cloud services (SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS) spending will reach $127 billion in 2018.
New Year’s Resolutions for Your IT Systems
Are your IT Systems on the naughty or nice list? Do you proactively monitor your networks for compliance, cyberthreat and performance? Are your data back ups up to date? Have you begun your migration to the Cloud? Are you getting the most from your broadband network? Have you trained your employees on the risks of cybersecurity attacks and do they change their passwords regularly? Here is a list of things to add to your list of New Year’s resolutions for 2016.
Business Continuity Planning: How Much Downtime Can You Afford?
Having a Business Continuity Plan is an important way to ensure your company can operate during and after a disaster. By assessing your business risk, you are able to protect your company and minimize downtime that may occur from unplanned business interruptions. Natural disasters including fire, earthquake, flooding and snowstorms can slow or halt operations. In addition, other threats including cyber attacks and data leaks can cause unplanned disruptions to your business. The impact of prolonged unplanned downtime can be reduced and or eliminated.
Technology Outlook for 2016
What drivers will shape 2016 technology trends? Businesses using customer facing technology for competitive advantage will fuel demand for Cloud Computing, in particular, Software as a Service. The Internet of Everything will amplify the number of connected devices in our world leading to additional needs for data protection and CyberSecurity defense. Mobile computing and Cloud Computing adoption will increase the adoption of fast, affordable and secure broadband networking. Here is the short list of what to expect from the biggest trends in technology for 2016.
Is Your Business PCI Compliant?
Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a common sense standard based on good IT Security policy. The objective is to protect customer credit card information from compromise. With the holiday season upon us, eCommerce and credit card processing activities will ramp through the end of the year. Trillions of dollars are transacted via credit card every year. So what can you do to ensure your business is PCI compliant?
OMG – It’s November Already!!
It’s time to think about our accounting systems and planning for 2016, as well as look at the year’s profitability, collections and unbilled accounts. Sometimes you are so busy; you don’t manage the accounting process properly. It’s time to make sure standard procedures are being followed and that you are prepared for year end.
Mobile Hotspots – Is Your Business At Risk?
With almost one billion mobile connections in place, it is easy to understand why these devices are targeted by hackers. Employees connecting at Starbucks, in airports, on planes and in hotels open themselves up to additional security breach risk by accessing information through mobile hotspots. Mobile hotspots can be easy targets for hackers by setting up spoofs to get your employees to unknowingly log into unsecure networks, making them vulnerable to Man in the Middle (MitM) exploits. As an employer, it may be impossible to prevent employees from using hotspots, so it is very important to take steps to protect your business.