Does Your Firm Have a Good Handle on Security? Security has been a major focus in the past few years, with client requirements, regulatory changes and even the news being driving forces. This year security compliance/risk management has dropped from 39% to 34% in the ILTA Survey. Looking at the breakdown by firm size, security… Read More »
in regulations, are driving IT budgets upwards. Can leasing and financing help your firm stay compliant, cyber-current and competitive without breaking the bank? Join us on Tuesday, January 23rd for our ILTA-sponsored webinar: “How Financing Helps You Manage State-of-the-Art IT Infrastructure” Time: 12:00 pm ET ILTA members: Free Non-ILTA members: $75.00 Register here. Mike Henderson, Regional… Read More »
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Leasing and financing equipment assists in preserving cash flow—and thanks to updates in the Section 179 accounting rules, it can also save money on taxes. If the equipment you lease qualifies for the Section 179 tax deduction, you might be able to expense all or portions of the cost. Here’s what you need to know… Read More »
Advances in technology and software are increasing exponentially, causing obsolescence cycles to shrink, and inserting risk as outdated technology leaves firm?s vulnerable to security risks. Many law firms struggle to manage these vital needs to continuously update software and equipment to keep current and address security while staying within budget. Leasing is a strategic financial… Read More »
This article was featured in the Q2 2017 edition of Thomson Reuters Elite’s Forefront newsletter. By Scott McFetters In the next 12 to 24 months, users of the Elite Enterprise® platform will have to decide what is the best way to smoothly transition to 3E by the planned end-of-service date. This means that your firm… Read More »
This article was featured in the May 2017 edition of Law Journal Newsletters. By Scott McFetters Advances in technology and software are being made at an increasingly rapid pace. As a result, IT hardware obsolescence cycles are shrinking too. This period of exponential improvement with which we are all now familiar has shown time and… Read More »