data redundancy

Back That Cache Up: Data Redundancy Is Essential for Law Firms

Nobody ever thinks a data loss is going to happen to them. But it can, and likely will, happen to you, if you practice long enough — and, sometimes, even if you don’t. Inside of the first two years of my first career as a practicing lawyer, my firm experienced a significant data loss involving a burrito, an ex-Navy man, and some questionable plumbing that extended all the way to a medical office with which we shared a building. (I’ll let your mind take you the rest of the way there.) But that was a decade ago — several lifetimes in terms of technology — and the data management landscape for law firms is now qualitatively different.

Originally published March 18, 2014
Last updated February 18, 2021
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