Thomson Snell & Passmore LLP choose Disaster Recovery as a Service from Converge Technology Specialists

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25 July 2016

PrintThomson Snell & Passmore LLP has a long history of constant progression and development for well over four hundred years and has received many accolades for providing high quality advice to its clients.

The firm of 110 lawyers is always striving to adopt the best in technology to support service delivery and to safeguard client information and assets.

The firm has a disaster recovery and business continuity plan in place and selected Converge Technology Specialists (Converge TS) to provide additional resiliency in the form of Disaster Recovery as a Service.

This service will give Thomson Snell & Passmore complete confidence that in the event of a disaster, minor or major, it can recover critical business systems and continue to provide the best service to clients.

Anthony Graham, Head of Information Systems at Thomson Snell & Passmore LLP, explained “We have a long-standing and highly-regarded reputation for sharing knowledge and expertise to provide the very best advice.

“It is essential that we can continue to deliver this service under any circumstances and that we protect our systems, and the information and assets that are entrusted to us by our clients.

“It is reassuring to know that we have a comprehensive disaster recovery plan in place that we can trust, particularly with the increasing threat of cyber-crime and other activities which could potentially interrupt delivery.”

Nigel Wright, Founder and Managing Director of Converge TS, said “We’re delighted to be working with the excellent team at Thomson Snell & Passmore LLP and providing them with Disaster Recovery as a Service.

“It is essential that all firms safeguard their operations and make sure that they can continue to deliver a service in the event of a major incident.”

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