Amazon Web Services (AWS) will teach tomorrow’s lawyers and the wider workforce about the use of cloud computing technologies by way of a school training program.
With the exponential rise of the cloud – across what seems like every sector – having knowledge of cloud computing is and will be the most important skill set in IT. Continue reading
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The current UK cloud computing adoption rate stands at 84%.
Following the shutdown of Windows Server 2003 in July 2015 however, research by Cloud Industry Forum (CIF) which involved polling approximately 250 senior IT figures in public and private sectors, suggests that the uptake of cloud computing will rise significantly in the coming months. Continue reading
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Workers who make use of cloud apps are not only more productive but are also happier, according to a new study by Kronos, which gathered data from 1000 European workers in small to medium business (SMBs).
Of the workers polled, 83 per cent stated that they would rather use cloud applications than in-house equivalents. Continue reading
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Business is changing. Legal business is changing too.
Business technologies greatly advanced in 2014, particularly with more enterprises moving their IT systems to cloud computing platforms, and this trend is expected to continue and gather pace in 2015. Continue reading
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We’re bringing our Scottish Legal Conference to Dundee!
Date: Tuesday 19th May 2015
Time: 09.00 – 12.00
Venue: Apex City Quay Hotel, Dundee
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