We live in strange times.
Working remotely, once thought of as a luxury or optional benefit, is now a requirement for many law firms, and likely many more to come.
Some law firms have had robust tools to work remotely for a long time. But many either don’t have the capability to work outside of their office, or rely on clunky tools and methods to do so (such as VPN’s, or remotely logging into your work PC from your home PC).
And in these turbulent times, your firm need to do more than simply limp along: it needs to move forward and thrive.
For that reason, we’re sharing our survival guide on how to work remotely, and how to do it effectively. We’ll cover each critical aspect of a law firm’s technology, and how to move, enhance or otherwise alter it to work in a remote-working capacity.
In this article, we’ll cover: