Security Best Practices for Lawyers Using Zoom

Security Best Practices for Lawyers Using Zoom

This year will be remembered for many things, but when it comes to Canadian law practice, 2020 will be the year of using Zoom.

Is Your Law Firm Remote-Work Ready?

Is Your Law Firm Remote-Work Ready?

As the COVID-19 coronavirus spreads across the globe, companies in affected areas are enacting remote-work policies in order to maintain critical operations during social distancing efforts and to support employees in regions where schools have closed. 

Remote Working: Are You Secure?

Remote Working: Are You Secure?

You're working from home and a client urgently needs a document, but your computer at the office has shut down and you can't remote into your files. 

Saskatchewan Law Society Recognizes Benefits of Private Cloud

Saskatchewan Law Society Recognizes Benefits of Private Cloud

New Cloud computing guide provides practical guidance and an informative checklist for vetting providers.


Over the last decade, Canadian law societies have largely remained irresolute when it comes to regulating law firm technology. Some have taken a restrictive stance while others continue to leave it up to interpretation under broader rules of professional conduct.

Onsite IT: Risky Business?

Onsite IT: Risky Business?

As a lawyer, you are charged with protecting the interests of your clients, which includes safeguarding their sensitive data. These days, with law firms being a prime target for cybercriminals and a larger part of the workforce logging in remotely, managing partners must be especially vigilant with firm security.

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