Cleaver Fulton Rankin choose disaster recovery service from Converge Technology Specialists

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10 August 2016

PrintCleaver Fulton Rankin, one of Northern Ireland’s leading corporate law firms, has selected Converge Technology Specialists, the only cloud provider dedicated to UK law firms, to provide a disaster recovery service.

Cleaver Fulton Rankin is one of Northern Ireland’s leading corporate law firms combining over 100 years of heritage with an innovative approach.

The firm of 100 people provides a full legal service to both commercial and private clients and prides itself on its adoption of technology to deliver excellent service to customers.

The Belfast-based firm wanted to put in place a comprehensive disaster recovery and business continuity plan and selected Converge Technology Services (Converge TS) to provide Disaster Recovery as a service.

The service will guarantee data compliance and provide confidence that in the event of a disaster, minor or major, the firm can recover its critical business systems and continue to provide service to clients.

Paul Rickerby, IT manager at Cleaver Fulton Rankin, explained “Our commitment to client service and reputation for providing high quality legal advice is well known.

“We’re also committed to having robust systems in place and to protecting our client information and assets, and the disaster recovery service we have chosen from Converge TS supports that.”

Nigel Wright, founder and managing director of Converge TS, said “We’re delighted to be working with Cleaver Fulton Rankin in Northern Ireland and supporting its disaster recovery planning.

“There is a growing need for firms to protect their systems and information, and that of their clients, particularly with the growth in cyber crime and to ensure they can deliver a service under any circumstances.”

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