eMazzanti to Show Cloud and Legal IT Solutions at Legaltech New York

NYC area legal IT consultant offers application support, cloud migration and security solutions at premier legal technology event for area law firms Hoboken, New Jersey ­- (Vocus) January 24, 2017 – eMazzanti Technologies, a New York City area legal IT consultant and data security expert, announced today that it will be attending and exhibiting at Legaltech New York. The legal industry technology conference is at the New York Hilton Midtown, January 31 – February 2, 2017. Law firms seeking migration of core legal line-of-business applications to the cloud, application support and increased data security can arrange to meet the company’s…

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Loyalty, the Law and the Cloud

Loyalty, the Law and the Cloud As the use of cloud computing and managed IT services increases, law firms face important questions about the loyalty of IT services providers and the security of their data. Interpersonal and Business Loyalty We all value loyalty. A loyal person treats the other person as he/she would want to be treated and looks out for their interests. In business, companies seek to develop customer loyalty, a characteristic that goes beyond the mere dollars and cents of the relationship. We all have our favorite brands, such as Microsoft, HP, Martindale-Hubbell or eMazzanti Technologies. Loyalty in…

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What does it mean to have the best legal technology available?

Law Firm Technology Choices What does it mean to have the best legal technology available? A recent article on the “Above the Law” website included this statement: “There is a good argument that lawyers are ethically obligated to use the best technology available. Smart technology use provides efficiencies that allow lawyers to do the best job possible in a short time. That means more timely service for clients at generally lower fees.” Attorneys might ask the question, ‘What does it mean to have the best technology available?’ When implementing new technology, law firms have a range of choices, from DIY…

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Privacy Law: Helpful Guides

used with permission from SBA.gov For many companies, collecting sensitive consumer and employee information is an essential part of doing business. It is your legal responsibility to take steps to properly secure or dispose of it.  Financial data, personal information from children, and material derived from credit reports may raise additional compliance considerations. In addition, you may have legal responsibilities to victims of identity theft.  The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regulates and oversees business privacy laws and policies that impact consumers. Check out the following guides from more information on how you can ensure you are compliant. Protecting Consumer Privacy – In general,…

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