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Legal Sector IT Services

Enabling the modern law firm

 

More and more legal firms are looking to take advantage of the low cost and flexibility of the cloud, but it hasn’t always been this way. While SRA guidelines state that cloud computing can actually improve security, the issue of data protection and compliance has long hung over the head of the legal sector when it comes to adopting the cloud. It doesn’t have to be this way.

 

For your peace of mind, we believe it’s in your best interests to choose a cloud provider with the legal industry at the heart of its business. This is where Oosha comes in. We don’t like to boast, but we really know our stuff when it comes to the legal sector.

 

We know your data is important to you, and why shouldn’t it be when a security breach could cost you severe reputational damage and up to £500,000 in fines? That’s why we’ve built up unrivalled knowledge of the legislation governing your cloud usage, from the Data Protection Act 1998 to ICO and SRA regulations. With Oosha, every box is ticked.

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Total IT Solutions Provider

Being an internet service provider in our own right and having 2 privately owned data centres allows us to uniquely position ourselves as a ‘Total IT Solutions Provider’.

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Owned Data Centres

We have significantly invested in our infrastructure to ensure our ISO accredited private data centres can provide clients with a level of security and resilience equal to anything in the UK.

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Flexible and scaleable

We recognise that the ability to provide both flexible and scalable IT services is key in order to help clients afford these business critical IT solutions.

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR WITH IMANAGE

GDPR: A YEAR TO ADAPT YOUR DATA & GOVERNANCE PROCESSES

Watch our recorded webinar with guest, Frank White at iManage for practical steps to prepare you for GDPR.

Free eBook

Ebook: The challenge of simplifying technology in the legal sector

Download our free eBook to discover how to manage the increasing complexity of IT in the legal sector.