An outcome because of the changes we’ve seen over the last 12 months is the number of people working from home and how that has increased exponentially. We are now seeing most of the UK’s office-based employees working remotely, increasing from just under 6% before the Covid-19 pandemic. A recent 2021 Cushman and Wakefield survey shows that between 60-80% of legal professionals will prefer to continue working remotely, post-pandemic.
This gives rise to certain implications including communication, business resiliency, cybersecurity, and employee collaboration – challenges that need to be addressed to avoid providing substandard service to clients and putting key stakeholders at risk.
This is where cloud computing comes in. It’s currently experiencing exponential growth across the Legal sector. In all its varieties, whether this is public, private or hybrid provision models, this shift will see a trillion pounds worth of annual spending thought to be affected by the shift to cloud globally by 2022.
Despite a vast shift of focus from the on-premises provision of services to online, many legal firms are still lingering over their commitment to programmes that would see them powering the business benefits.
Join Maintel’s CTO Dan Davies alongside other senior legal peers and decision-makers during this interactive 90-minute virtual boardroom. Uncover how the cloud can enable faster digital workplace changes, how to adapt your business’s communications strategy to securely accommodate hybrid working and secure connectivity transformation strategies to be implemented, as well as how your firm can anticipate and overcome potential challenges on the horizon.
*Places to this event are limited and subject to an internal approval process
By participating, you will also:
- Have confirmation that cloud migration is the right choice for a legal firm’s voice, video and collaboration applications
- Discover the top priorities for a thriving digital workplace among your peers
- Gain clarity on whether the digital workplace could and will ever replace the physical workplace
- Learn how to develop a digital workplace strategy that builds upon innovation in workplace technology to deliver connected experiences and drive user adoption
- Uncover insights into how digital workplace solutions can make innovation and change faster, simpler, and more achievable which can lead to improved business services and a greatly improved client experience
- Tangible takeaways: recommend organisational changes necessary for digital workplace success
So, what if you could constantly evolve how, you communicate and collaborate? What if you were in a stable state of perpetual transformation?
At Maintel, we believe that every change is an opportunity to make something better, to create a brighter, better-connected business. We don’t think anyone can afford to stand still for long, least of all of us. Every event is an opportunity for your transformation to start, continue, or pick up from where it left off.
Our expertise in communication strategies and managed services can help you take advantage of change. Ultimately, we bring people closer together so that businesses become more agile, workers more productive and customers better engaged.
Whether you’re connecting your data centres to the head office, branch offices to each other, homeworkers into crucial systems or supporting your mobile workers in the field – an efficient and reliable communications network is the difference between business success and business failure.
Your network’s purpose is to deliver data and applications to your people simply, quickly, and efficiently. And it must deliver those applications securely and reliably in a smooth, user-friendly manner. A good network is one where performance is taken for granted.
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