Law firm infrastructure

On the back of our success in the US market, nScaled formally launched its European operations earlier this year.

Like any new entrant to a market, spending time speaking to leading figures in the industry and gaining valuable feedback, is a critical part of the strategy. What has quickly become evident through these conversations is that thinking has moved on and organisations are realising that the benefits from owning and managing their own datacentres is diminishing.

A few years ago, the phrase, “we want to be out of the data centre management business” is not one which would have readily been associated with law firm IT directors. Now it is. These are not quick decisions, but commercially law firms are realising that there are significant benefits from adopting a shared approach to infrastructure and that security within these environments is now at a level which often exceeds what they are able to provide themselves.