While a VPN was a great option 30 years ago, the current era of cyberattacks and data breaches, particularly targeted toward law firms, demands greater security.
As the world continues to work from home, It has never been more apparent, that VPNs are quickly becoming a thorn in the side of every professional. In addition to security concerns, VPNs don’t provide the speed and reliability employees expect. And while the slowness may be forgiven, the constant connectivity issues cannot. Join this webinar to hear experts from Inertia Legal discuss why VPN is becoming an obsolete technology and how modern firms can still protect their networks and be productive, no matter how many remote users they have.
Aaron Fritz, Inertia Legal
Over a decade of legal tech experience and the best tools in the business, Aaron will help you create a clear path forward and simplify the process of implementing state-of-the-art document management and legal technology, so your firm can punch above its weight and win cases.
Rob Oriolo, Customer Engagement Director, NetDocuments
Rob works closely with Implementation Partners to facilitate onboarding new NetDocuments customers across Corporate, Strategic and Government spaces. Prior to NetDocuments, Rob was the Director of Technology Operations at a document management software company, for 10 years, supporting small-to-medium size law firms.
If you’re not able to attend the live event, this will be recorded and available on-demand on the MSBA website. This is informational only and no CLE credit will be offered for the surrounding MCLE states.