Logol issues white paper on cloud computing and the legal sector

Logol issues white paper on cloud computing and the legal sector

Avert dramatic future risks and reap the benefits of the cloud paradigm with confidence!
Artificial intelligence specialist highlights hidden pitfalls that law firms should avoid
when embarking on digital transformation projects.

Zug, 7 July 2022 – Logol, an innovative Swiss technology solutions provider, releases a white paper
on “The legal sector and the cloud: when doing it right is a must”. As specialist technology partner of
law firms that are empowering their work environment by embracing the cloud-computing paradigm,
Logol has developed unique insights across all aspects of digital transformation, in particular with
regards to the legal sector. As of today, the white paper can be requested with accompanying press
materials from Logol’s PR agency and is available for download at: www.logol.com.

“A modern, cloud-based infrastructure allows law firms to achieve unprecedented levels of efficiency
and effectiveness,” says Marco Farina, Founder and CEO of Logol. “However, mistakes can be made
in the migration process that can jeopardize business continuity and even survival of the company
further down the line. One critical issue, now that software and data are no longer stored on a server
on the company premises, is ensuring access to data even in the case of adverse future scenarios.”

In general, when signing contracts with providers of cloud-based management solutions, law firms
should make sure that their software and data will be hosted by a major third-party cloud provider
and that they retain ownership of that space. Any other arrangement can put a law firm at risk of
having access to their software and data shut down from one day to the next – for example, should
the software supplier go out of business – with incalculable damage to the law firm and its clients.

“Compliance and security are, of course, other critical aspects,” says Marco Farina. “Some ‘cloudready’
ERP and DMS applications for law firms are adaptations of software originally designed for onpremises
servers and feature obsolete architectures with critical limitations in terms of performance,
scalability, compliance and security. As compliance and security requirements on the cloud are much
more stringent than they are for on-premises servers, law firms should make sure their software
supplier has the necessary know-how, experience and certifications necessary to provide cloudbased
services to the legal sector.”

Contact Wise Media to receive the white paper and press materials or go to: www.logol.com


About Logol
Logol, Swiss provider of cutting-edge technology solutions, brings the extraordinary benefits of digital
transformation and artificial intelligence to the business world. Founded in 2017, the Zug-based
company focuses on how the relentless pace of technological innovation is driving market trends. In
only four years, Logol has successfully deployed more than 100 projects in a range of key sectors,
helping clients to optimize costs, uncover new business opportunities and take their organizations into
the future. Rapidly expanding throughout Switzerland and internationally, Logol engages a unique
team of 50+ highly qualified and experienced digital-native professionals across its offices in Zurich,
Zug, Lausanne (Gland) and Chiasso.



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