The legal sector is undergoing unprecedented change, and technology is the juggernaut pushing it forward. This change comes in many forms. Technology today gives rise to virtual firms, and automation tools which are going to change the very essence of how law firms work.
Legal firms are now embracing the digital future and are finding more innovative ways to manage profitability and the performance of their people. Even though it seems like the pace and extent with which the legal practices are commissioning change is decreasing, 80% of lawyers have a resounding appetite for it. …
There is no denying that hybrid cloud provides a personalized solution. While an on-premise cloud can be optimized for operational availability and stability, an off-premise cloud can be used for the speed and agility which is essential to enrich customer engagement.
Merging both public and private clouds’ advantages while mitigating their limitations, leading banks are already pursuing hybrid solutions. Many bankers have reported that hybrid cloud adoption lowers their total cost of technology ownership, improves operational efficiency, promotes innovation, aids the development of new business models, and supports more fulfilling customer engagement.
Customers today demand experiences that are nuanced, contextual and highly personalized. Creating and providing such personalized experiences is a key differentiator among competitions in any market. However, creating such experiences can be a challenge with traditional on-premise systems that are not up to the task.
This is why many business leaders have been looking to implement cloud solutions to leverage the operational efficiency and agility required to develop the kind of innovative experiences their customer wants. Here are a few ways businesses can overcome some of the challenges of cloud transformation
API or Application Programming Interface is a set of tools and protocols that are used to develop application software. APIs are used across several modern applications like mobile applications, applications for IoT devices, and embedding public and 3rd party APIs as external services into an existing application.
From the security viewpoint, dependency on APIs is a double-edged sword. APIs enable integration with cloud services and scale businesses easily. However, APIs also increases the risk of a cyberattack by opening up access points through which an attacker can penetrate your environment.
There is an enthusiasm among businesses to implement the microservice architecture. Developers, application groups, and business units are looking at the potential for faster functionality rollouts, more frequent updates, and different development groups’ ability to work and release independently.
There are four major security benefits that microservices provide, and security professionals should start to recognize how this architecture addresses traditional security challenges.
Businesses today want to be more efficient, innovate faster and achieve better outcomes. To achieve all this, businesses are investing in the cloud. As digital transformations are becoming essential, organizations are shifting to the cloud to enable new business models, become agile and fuel success.
Almost every business across industries is starting its journey to the cloud. This enables the business to accelerate, innovate and digitize processes and interactions that differentiate industry leaders from the pack.
Many businesses have now been forced to start working remotely because of COVID-19. Building a remote team enables employees to practice social isolation to keep themselves safe and avoid passing on the virus on anyone else. But increased safety is not the only benefit of having a remote team.
Since virtual or remote teams are not physically present in the same space, they cannot perform some tasks like working on physical prototypes together (R&D teams) or showing clients properties (real estate professionals). Nevertheless, remote teams can be just as productive and handy as in-office teams.
Data availability and easy accessibility has led to a huge demand in the analyst community. The need for learning new enterprise-grade technologies has become critical.
SaaS or software as a service consists of a centrally hosted piece of software in the cloud. Businesses can then buy licensed subscriptions to the software and access it via the internet. Essentially SaaS is software that can be used daily, accessed over the internet, and hosted in the cloud.
With SaaS, you can gain access to the essential platforms that your business runs on, including management and communication tools. This comes at the unprecedented speed at any location with internet connectivity. Businesses with distant office branches or even remote employees can access the critical software quickly and easily. …
Monitoring and observability a key consideration when choosing an AWS container service. There is no denying that containerized environments are highly dynamic and ephemeral in nature. This makes it hard to monitor, especially with traditional infrastructure monitoring or APM solutions. There are thousands and more components that are spun every day, every hour, every batch that monitoring solutions find it challenging to keep up with the churn. And in some cases, it fails to see the new components, thereby not offering correct multi-dimensional real-time analysis.
However, there are a few streaming analytics services that can keep up with such a…
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