Oosha to exhibit at London Law Expo

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6 October 2016


Oosha Logo 200Oosha are set to exhibit at Europe’s Largest Law Expo, ‘The London Law Expo’ on Tuesday 11 October for the second year running.

Following on from their success at last year’s event, Oosha is proud and excited at the opportunity to demonstrate to delegates why they are the number one choice for Cloud and IT Services for law firms.

“The expo is perfect for us, as we pride ourselves on our unrivalled knowledge and expertise in the legal sector,” said Oosha’s Matthew Newton, who will be in attendance at the event at the fantastic Old Billingsgate venue.

The IT specialists were early pioneers in the growth of legal cloud, and have over fifteen years’ experience in the legal sector with the testimonials to back it up. Oosha’s £10m UK-based data centre in the heart of England offers ISO 27001 accreditation for information security management, ensuring 100% compliance with all SRA and Data Protection regulations as standard practice.

“London Law Expo is invaluable to us, as it gives us a chance to show how our technology and solutions can facilitate and drive the growth of law firms. We have a fantastic track record.”

Oosha will be offering free Cloud Readiness Assessments to every delegate who visits the exhibitor stand, as well as access to a comprehensive e-book on the future of cloud computing.

“These cloud assessments are a fantastic tool for companies wanting to know more about the benefits of cloud computing and whether or not it fits with their strategic business direction”, comments Richard Webb, Technical Director at Oosha. He continues, “Cloud is not a ‘one size fits all solution’, so we offer an impartial review of your existing IT infrastructure to help you decide which is the best way forward”.

Oosha will be exhibiting at stand A15, on the fringes of the Coffee Bar and will be offering delegates the opportunity to enter into a fantastic prize draw.



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