What kind of computer and network infrastructure is relevant for small law firms? Specifically, for firms with 5 to 55 attorneys? With technology, plus cyber threats and regulations, changing so rapidly, what are the basics a small law firm should have in place? And, even more importantly, what are the best practices - for servers, desktops, laptops, thin clients, software, the LAN, the WAN, a firewall? How about backup and recovery? How about security? And what about the Cloud? There are important, basic technology components a small law firm should have in place to make sure their computers and network are stable, reliable, a low-risk for bad guys and - most importantly - help attorneys do what they do best... practice law.
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