- May 19
IT Leadership - what are your firm’s requirements?
Three years ago we started working with small to medium professional service firms to provide Fractional IT Director services. Our...
- Mar 28
Don't expect AI to perform miracles - the reality is more mundane, but can still be transformative
The future’s so bright, I gotta wear shades. So went the refrain from Timbuk 3’s 1986 hit, which comes to my mind at this time of year...
- Jan 24
“I'll tell you what I want, what I really, really want” or how to make IT budgeting easier
So goes the opening line from the Spice Girls debut hit Wannabe. As a law firm, it’s so much easier to know what you want when you have...
- Dec 13, 2022
Practice management in peril? The benefit of hindsight
In this article Paul Longhurst draws on his 16 years experience in the PMS market giving his views on it's current state.
- Nov 30, 2022
Tellyn's Top Ten Takeaways from Legal Geek 2022!
"The karaoke machine and the foam high five fingers are back in their boxes after the epic two-day Legal Geek conference earlier this...
- Nov 17, 2022
With great Power (Apps) comes great responsibility
Let’s start with a quick review, at a very high level, of what the “Microsoft Power Platform” is. Wikipedia defines it as ‘a line of...
- Nov 1, 2022
When is a Tick-Box not a Tick-Box
Our new Consultant, Ben Johnson, writes about his experiences of navigating regulatory compliance and using technology to help … not...
- Oct 20, 2022
MEET THE UKRAINIAN BUSINESSES FROM THIS YEAR’S STARTUP ALLEY
"The Ukrainian Ambassador to the UK, Mr Vadym Prystaiko, kicked off this year’s conference with his rousing entreaty to continue to...
Paul Longhurst and Richard Kemp
- May 25, 2022
To be, or not to be… compliant, that is the data retention question
Back in the day when GDPR was just a twinkle in the eye of a Brussels law maker, firms held on to documents and timesheets (with their...
- Mar 22, 2022
Getting to grips with information security – a quick start guide
Practical steps for law firms when tackling information security