Buying, implementing, replacing, and securing technology are huge challenges – especially when you have billable work to do. And yet, technology (and the policies that govern its usage) is the most important part of a law firm today – at least after the carbon-based units!
“Technology and Cybersecurity Policies Help Lawyers Manage Technology (Instead of It Managing Them)” by Sensei’s Sharon Nelson, John Simek, and Michael Maschke was featured in The Computer & Internet Lawyer. The Computer and Internet Lawyer is a publication of Wolters Kluwer Law & Business. Wolters Kluwer Law & Business delivers expert content and solutions in the areas of law, corporate compliance, health compliance, reimbursement, and legal education.
Excerpt: Can lawyers actually manage their technology (instead of it managing them)? Can firms create and enforce policies that provide a secure environment for their users and protect client data, rather than acting like computer usage and security if the “Wild Wild West,” where anything goes?