Legalex 2018


28 February 2018

GCI have a wealth of experience in providing secure and reliable solutions to customers in the legal sector, and understands the specialised challenges that the industry faces.

As well as the need to support agile working, embrace omni-channel communications and to ensure client data and case files are kept secure, with GDPR on the horizon legal companies are under more pressure than ever to quickly adapt to remain competitive and compliant. GCI has worked on projects and delivered services to numerous leading legal firms, and have an in-depth understanding of the very specific considerations they have. The stand will have GCI’s legal technology experts in attendance, and product demos will be available to show visitors how the solutions can work in real-life.

In addition to the stand, attendees have the opportunity to see Scott Riley, Chief Strategy Officer at GCI and Nicky Meekings, Territory Channel Manager at Microsoft as special guest speakers. Entitled “Microsoft 365 would already be making life easier, if you let it”, their seminar will explore how Office 365 and Windows 10 offer users the freedom and simplicity to work from anywhere whilst automatically protecting and classifying data to keep your firm secure.

Adrian Thirkill, CEO at GCI, commented: “With so many strict regulations governing law firms, it’s crucial to them that they partner with not just any IT company, but one who has the expertise to deliver services effectively whilst taking into considerations their compliance needs. Advancements in technology are nothing but beneficial for the legal sector, as businesses will be able to drive efficiencies and improve communications whilst keeping data secure. We are very much looking forward to meeting like-minded people at Legalex and sharing how GCI’s innovative IT solutions can work for them.”

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