You might be surprised to know that the legal industry was one of the first to look towards digital transformation in the past. The large volume of paperwork and information made governments and legal businesses become one of the first adopters of software for electronic processing of documents, case management systems, etc. more than 10 years ago. Ironically, today legal companies are the ones who lag behind many other organizations in terms of digitization, flexibility, and security. If they want to remain sustainable, however, they need to take more active steps and digitalize at a faster pace.
With digitization going on at full speed across economies and industries, some sectors may lag behind. While few of them do not prioritize digital transformation, others simply face issues adopting it and can hardly gain from technological advances. We are here to build the bridge between those companies and all cutting-edge information technologies that will … Read more
When you read on the Internet about companies falling victim to cyber-attacks, it seems so distant. Almost impossible to happen to you. And that’s exactly what hackers want you to believe.
As a lawyer, you must adhere to the attorney-client privilege which means any information a client shares with you has to remain confidential.