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Following a comprehensive IT strategy review, Oosha has been selected by Tinsdills Solicitors to provide a Digital Workspace solution to their 80+ staff from early April 2021. With user experience and mobility a key focus to support the Staffordshire-based firm’s hybrid working aspirations and their next phase of growth
For many law firms, the future is hybrid. A combination of remote, in-office, and on-the-move working is expected to become the norm. A technology platform that enables this new way of working will become essential to legal firms as a result. This is leading many to reimagine their IT strategies - including reviewing new technologies, such as the Digital Workspace.
Oosha, the leading provider of Digital Workspace solutions to the legal and accounting sectors, is celebrating a successful 2020 in which it has grown its footprint with new clients in central London.
Renowned Westminster solicitors Lee Bolton Monier Williams (LBMW) and leading legal cloud provider Oosha have completed the first phase of their new IT partnership, and are now forging ahead with plans for 2021.
The 2020 annual Channel Futures Managed Service Providers 501 rankings were released at the end of July, and you can read this blog too see how Oosha ranked...
In this blog, we detail the sudden rise of remote working as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic and explore how the Cloud has helped.
COVID-19 is putting business continuity under the microscope. So, what are the technology considerations your firm needs to make to enable remote working?
The move to the cloud has been going on for years in the accountancy sector, but the road isn’t always a smooth one. We explore how moving on from legacy technology can be hugely beneficial to your accountancy firm.
A major trend for accountancy practices right now, is to tap into the potential of cloud-based platforms, with Office 365 from Microsoft proving particularly popular. This blog explores the reasons why.
One of the most common techniques used by hackers is to compromise a firm’s cyber security through email. We explain the three main ways that cyber criminals use emails – and advice on how you can protect your firm.
In a world where clients are demanding more streamlined, digital experiences, law firms with a firm grip on technology will have an advantage. Understand the cost which an IT skills gaps could cost your firm.
Faced with tighter budgets and more competition, firms are increasingly looking to tech as a way to boost productivity and stay competitive. We look at the top five tech priorities for law firms in 2020.
Snags often arise through rapid uptake of technology, especially when investing in new systems without properly embedding them first. We explore what to consider when investing in new tech.
When used effectively, technology can be transformative for any business. But just like any other investment, its success should be measured. So what considerations should you be making?
Artificial intelligence is already impacting the legal sector. In this webinar, artificial intelligence expert, Harry Strange, explores the what, the why, and the how of AI and machine learning.
WVD has the potential to be a game-changer for the legal sector. Join cloud solutions expert, Ian Warren, to explore how firms can benefit from delivering their applications using WVD and Azure.
The numbers of “gig economy” lawyers are increasing year on year– up to more than 1,000 in the UK. So, are gig economy law firms a threat to traditional legal services?
Our guide will take you through what legal innovation is (and isn't), how technology can help, and methods of overcoming uncertainty from those unwilling to change.
To attract and retain millennial employees law firms need to innovate to match their expectations - or face alienating the future legal workforce.
At a basic level, WVD will improve the user experience, but dig a little deeper and there are cost savings and deployment benefits to reap too. We explore whether WVD is a game-changer for legal firms.
For many professional services firms, the question is no longer one of embracing the Cloud or not. Rather, it’s about which type of Cloud solution will serve the business most effectively.
Partners are often looked upon to spearhead change, but when it comes to your cyber-security, they may need a little convincing to get them on-board with your strategy.
Following a successful 4-year service, accountancy firm, Morris & Young, re-signs contract for managed user support and hosted desktop solution for a further 3-year period.
In this webinar, we're joined by learning management expert Claire Revell, to discuss how to get the most out of your technology investments. We discuss how to identify what your employees know and don't about these tool...
Making Tax Digital aims to leverage digital technology to make taxation easier - but the scheme has given rise to concerns over cyber security. We’ll identify the steps to mitigate any risk.
Law firm mergers are a trend which doesn't look likely to slow any time soon, and so we've delved into why technology should be one of the first things considered when looking to join forces.
Oosha chosen to provide comprehensive support for user IT requirements. Rutherfords benefit from access to the entire support team to resolve simple requests through to complex issues.
Law firms have worked the same way for generations. But knowledge of the law these days just isn’t enough. As firms begin to embrace technology, there is a need to address the subsequent skills gap.
IT platforms impact many areas of your firm. We identify the pitfalls of persisting with ageing IT and how not upgrading can be the ultimate false economy.
Ahead of the Microsoft end-of-life date, firms are trying to update their IT systems. Yet, the resource available from software providers to facilitate this is not enough, causing a bottleneck for the legal sector.
"Cybercrime is a near-constant threat to law firms." This is something we are now all far too used to hearing. But it is true, and because of this increased risk, good cyber security is now necessary to achieve Lexcel ac...
Top 200 law firm, mfg Solicitors, has chosen Oosha to provide first and third line managed user support. Oosha will work closely with mfg’s internal IT team to reduce the burden of IT support.
For this webinar, Oosha are joined by East Midlands Special Operations Unit, to discuss the dangers of social engineering and the steps you can take to protect your firm from a cyber attack.
Cyber crime is a major threat to all businesses, and it’s one that is constantly evolving and updating – making it difficult to defend against.
As of January 2019, Oosha has supported Clarkson Wright & Jakes in their move to a hosted desktop solution. For the remainder of the three-year relationship, CWJ has also chosen Oosha to provide them with a comprehensive...
As with all products, there will come a point when the manufacturers decide no more. When they no longer support or make further releases for the product.
Discover how evolving into a more digitally-savvy firm will impact your business.
One of the most frequent conversations we've been having with legal sector IT Managers recently is how will the desktop evolve over the coming years?
By now, it’s unlikely that the EU’s GDPR has skipped your attention. And if your firm handles personal data, May 25th, 2018 is of huge significance.
The legal sector has become increasingly reliant on its own specific technology stack. Software and applications delivered via a mix of on-premise and cloud-based solutions.
Oosha and Short Richardson & Forth Solicitors answer the top 10 questions law firms have on consent and the GDPR. We also focus on many of the concerns raised in our recent GDPR Roadshow, which ran in conjunction with 4 ...
A cloud desktop is a virtual desktop hosted in a secure data centre, accessed by individuals via a secure username and password. But what options are there?
Understand how small to mid-size law firms can face the disruption of the legal sector and why the cloud is the best place start.
Oosha and Cyber Insurance Expert, Nadia McAree, discuss why firms are turning to cyber insurance in the run-up to GDPR, and what insurance firms are looking for when assessing policy.
With the General Data Protection Regulation now less than a year away most firms are prepared. However, some are still unprepared, risking potentially hefty fines.
With tech playing a fundamental role in today’s professional service industry, benchmarking your IT service will help determine if you've got the right IT partner in place.
In this eBook, we explore some of the practical IT security steps you can take to protect your firm, and ensure compliance with the GDPR.
Join Oosha with special guests BigHand, as we discuss how efficiencies can be found in back-office operations.
As relatively early adopters of cloud technology, the professional services sector continues to flock towards software-as-a-service (SaaS) and hosted platforms at pace.
During this webinar, Oosha, alongside West Midlands Cyber Crime Unity answer many cyber-security questions law firms are asking.
Watch our webinar, run in conjunction with Mimecast, to learn how to manage email compliance under the GDPR.
It’s evident that social engineering cyber-attacks, namely ‘phishing’ and ‘whaling’ have grown from small-scale issues into pre-eminent threats.
We take a look at the importance of using a specialist 'vendor independent' cloud supplier.
With an explosion in the demand for privately owned, EU-based data centres in the last year, there's alarm amongst cloud providers who outsource their clients' data storage.