Countering the Rising Risk of Cybercrime
Click to read our new paper Why Defence-in-depth is the key to securing law firm data. This paper addresses: Why threats are rising, the type of attacks on law firms today. Why law firm clients are demanding.
Briefing Legal interviews Matthew Stringer for Innovation Magazine
Article originally published in Briefing, April 2021
Minority Report: Predicting what the future law firm will look like
Today’s digitally empowered clients are demanding more from law firms. More informed and price sensitive than ever before, clients want faster, more responsive, more transparent, and more personalised ‘human’.
Case Study: Technology Transformation at Kinleigh, Folkard & Hayward
Hear from the management team at London-based estate agency and property services company, Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward (KFH) discuss their transformation strategy for the business, and how the roll out of Microsoft Teams.
Wedlake Bell, COVID-19 and remote working: thriving in the new norm?
2020 certainly did not pan out as anyone would have predicted. As lockdown became imminent there was a fast realisation that business would not be running normally. For many firms this was an extremely challenging.
Will legal firms build on the unique moment that the pandemic has created, or will they return to the ways of the past?
The global pandemic has created a humanitarian crisis with lives lost, unemployment, poverty, and a strain on critical services. But, it has also caused significant challenges for CEO’s and business leaders unlike any.
Generation Shift: The Battle for Talent
Law firms thrive on the quality of their talent - and competition for top talent is on the rise. Today's law firms are multi-generational workplaces that are evolving fast to cater for the needs of new market dynamics.
Ensuring Business Continuity: The impact of the March lockdown announcement on our clients.
We interviewed Stridon’s Customer Success Manager - Nick King about the impact ‘lockdown’ had on our clients’ ability to continue running their businesses in the days following the Government announcement to ‘Stay at.