How to prepare an IT strategy for your law firm

legal IT strategy levels

One area covered in the webinar – legal IT strategy levels

Objective

An IT environment without a strategy has many hidden costs caused by incompatible components, duplicated or redundant services, functionality gaps, security vulnerabilities and general user frustration. An IT strategy helps to resolve these issues, and instead concentrate on supporting your firm’s business objectives. The objective of this webinar is to define a series of steps of how to put an IT strategy tougher for your law firm.

Recent feedback

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Who should attend

Finance Directors, COO, CFO, general managers, COLPs, COFAs, and anyone with direct responsibility for determining the IT strategy within a firm.

Assumed knowledge

The webinar is not directed at IT professionals, however, a general understanding of IT is required. If you need a general overview of IT systems and components please attend the IT fundamentals for law firms webinar first.

Agenda

We cover the following topics:

  • Essential components of an IT strategy
  • How to use business objectives to guide your IT strategy
  • Aligning cyber security with your IT strategy
  • Cloud versus on-premise infrastructure
  • Total cost of ownership considerations
  • Supplier and contract management
  • Stages of maturity for IT strategy
  • Implementation considerations
  • Budgeting

The webinar is live, and we encourage questions throughout.

Cost

The webinar is free, in addition, when you register you will receive a complimentary copy of our cyber security checklist for law firms.

Presenter

Richard is the Managing Director of Peerless IT. Peerless IT has been providing independent advice to regulated industries on IT strategy and IT security since 2007. Richard has 17 years’ experience in the IT industry and has held senior management roles in both government and the private sectors. Richard has an honors degree in Engineering and a degree in Economics from the Australian National University.