Traditional office technology included an on-premise server, but with advances in cloud infrastructure and solutions does, your law office still need a physical server? Even in instances where on-premise hardware is needed, there are other alternatives, such as microservers or network-attached storage, that may be all you need — whether that be alone or in conjunction with cloud or hosted solutions. Learn whether a traditional server is necessary or if you can abandon it for a different solution that is more flexible and easier to manage.
•Identify the pros and cons of on-premise servers.
•Recognize alternatives to the traditional IT approach.
•Discuss considerations and best practices when considering moving to the cloud.
Morris Tabush has more than 20 years of experience managing IT for businesses so they can focus on what they do best. In 2001, he founded Tabush Group, which is a leading provider of cloud desktops and managed IT for professional firms. Tabush and his team focus on delivering simple, scalable and secure solutions to clients.
February 27, 2020 3:00 PM Eastern
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