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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?

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.

Download this eBook to learn about the impact of cloud accounting technology. We'll explore how the role of the accountant has shifted, and how hosted-desktop technology can help smooth the transition.

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"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.

Download this eBook to learn about the impact of cloud accounting technology. We'll explore how the role of the accountant has shifted, and how hosted-desktop technology can help smooth the transition.

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.

This eBook looks into the changing role of the legal IT team and how internal staff can make the transition from technician to technologist.

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.

The ‘cloud’ is and has been the biggest buzzword in the IT industry for quite some time now. Yet despite this, the cloud is still proving to be a confusing concept for many.

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.

Learn how to manage your corporate mobile devices under the GDPR, run with mobile security expert Jeremy Allen from Miradore.

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.

Explore how to prepare for the upcoming GDPR with our webinar, run in conjunction with iManage.

Yahoo has had 500 million accounts exposed in what is believed to be the world’s biggest data breach. The consequences may be severe for Yahoo, but what does it mean for you?

Are you on Twitter? The social media site is the latest in a string of high profile password breaches, leaving its 320 million users vulnerable to hacking.

Our guide addresses all the key factors law firms should consider when moving to, or deploying a cloud-based solution.

Learn how to minimise your law firms vulnerability to cyber crime, run in conjunction with TM Group.

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