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Business Continuity in the Cloud

Business Continuity in the Cloud

Cloudera
Published by: Research Desk Released: Oct 16, 2020

Would your firm be able to function seamlessly if another pandemic or major business disruption forced you and your teams back into virtual operation?

It’s a question many firms are grappling to answer as you build temporary solutions targeting long-term firm success. As government stay-at-home orders ebb and flow in response to the broadening pandemic, law firms have been forced to support an entirely remote workforce without notice. While the transition to working from home has gone better for some firms than others, a majority almost certainly found areas where they could improve should another lockdown or economic disruption occur in the future.

This white paper focuses on some of the key business continuity considerations firms should include in their plans and how legal tech—specifically cloud solutions—plays a critical role. By offering real-world insights on the challenges brought about by current disruptions, strategies are presented that firms can consider in the event of new virtual situations.

What you’ll take away:

  • Firsthand insight about the challenges other firms have faced
  • How a cloud-based solution can help address those problems
  • Steps you can take to ensure a smooth transition to working from home for everyone at the firm