Driving efficiencies and business continuity in the legal sector

With growing economic challenges, legal businesses are facing ever increasing pressure for technology to improve, innovate and drive better workforce productivity.

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We work with many legal firms in partnership to review their IT infrastructure and provide them with a deeper understanding of their current IT landscape.

We work together to understand the requirements going forward that will underpin business objectives and goals and ensure a plan is in place to allow security, reliability, accessibility and growth.

Improving operations within your business


Quality Assurance

We’re accredited to the highest standard with both ISO9001 and ISO27001.



We understand the needs and challenges of the legal sector, and our approach ensures that technology can improve operations across the board.



We have 20 years of experience and meet all compliance accreditations to provide all the reassurance required.

Protect your important business data

There are a a significant number of regulations in effect that relate to the protection of private and sensitive data which is becoming stricter day by day.

Penalties for the legal firm and their customers now have huge implications both financially and in terms of reputation.

There are a number of ever-changing IT challenges faced by the legal sector that we can help provide a solution to.

Working in partnership with you

Challenges in the legal sector

Strategic review

Driving workforce productivity

Historically many legal firms have built up software, one piece at a time, or inherited through acquisition, creating a tangle of ageing applications and programs that are slow, unreliable and not secure.


Cyber security regulations & penalties for legal

The growing number of regulations relating to the protection of private and sensitive data is becoming stricter day by day. Penalties for both the legal firms and their customers now have huge financial and reputation implications.


Educating legal staff on cyber security

Internal changes of behaviour and ways of working are needed to address many of the cyber security breaches, and with 95% of breaches happening as a result of human error especially where staff are under pressure to meet deadlines, education is key to building a culture of security.


By carrying out a strategic review with CT we have created a clear plan to build an IT system that is future-proofed and designed to meet our demands over the next 5 years. We are confident that by carrying out this exercise together we have proactively identified any potential risks and will be working together moving forwards to ensure we have continued reassurance of system availability and data security.

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Accreditations that will enhance your business