Who: Tomas Suros, Chief Solutions Architect, AbacusLaw, Abacus Data Systems
What: Abacus Data Systems Chief Solutions Architect Tomas Suros will speak on a panel at Global IP Confex in San Francisco on the benefits of Cloud-based e-Discovery, and why it is essential for law firms to move their IT infrastructure to the Cloud. Additionally, Abacus will exhibit and conduct live demos of Abacus Private Cloud at its booth in the exhibition hall.
When: Tuesday, November 17, 2015
- Exhibition 8 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
- Tomas Suros speaking in Hall B 3:25 – 4:10 p.m.
Where: Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf, 555 North Point St., San Francisco, CA 94133
Who Should Attend: Law firms interested in learning how to remove technology burdens by moving their IT infrastructure to the Cloud.
Why: Businesses across all industries are moving to the Cloud to take advantage of its flexibility, scalability, security, and compliance. Law firms are no different—with today’s ever-advancing cyber threat landscape, hosting valuable firm and client data on-premises is no longer acceptable. Law firms must move to the Cloud in order to safeguard, store, and ensure access to critical case and client data from anywhere, on any device, at any time. This session will explain these trends and how law firms can gain a competitive edge by migrating their office infrastructure to the Cloud.
About Abacus Data Systems
Abacus Data Systems provides turn-key technology solutions that guarantee integrity, security, and ultimate performance to help businesses grow. The fully-integrated Abacus Data Systems products and services portfolio leverages cutting-edge virtualization technologies to deliver full-spectrum security and compliant private cloud environments, enabling organizations of all sizes to adopt enterprise-grade technology at a reasonable monthly cost.
Founded in 1983 and backed by private investment, Abacus Data Systems has more than 250,000 clients worldwide. The Company is headquartered in San Diego, California and operates two fully redundant data center footprints in the United States. These data centers are specifically engineered to host and safeguard sensitive business data. Abacus provides robust security and compliance policies, including two-factor authentication; five tiers of physical, network, and data security; and information handling, and data privacy protocols in accordance with NIST standards to ensure a safe and compliant environment for even the most confidential data.