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Latitude Law: How to send case files to clients more securely

Posted: 27th April, 2016

One way in which Quill clients can tighten up security is through Interactive’s casebook feature. Casebook is a tool for publishing files for clients to view via a secure, password-protected web page. It’s a safer alternative to the traditional print-and-post method and even the increasingly popular attach-and-email option, both of which can, with cunning criminal intervention, fall into the wrong hands. In our latest case study, Marilyn Regan of Latitude Law explains why the practice uses casebook for sending case-related documentation to clients.

Security tip: Re-setting your password

Posted: 27th April, 2016

Desktop security is critical to management of cyber risks. One of the primary measures to create a more secure cyber environment is to set strong passwords and thereby keep the password crackers and malicious software at bay. Your password’s the first line of defence against unauthorised access to your computer. Read how to create strong passwords and re-set your password in Interactive.

We're MS Society Awards 2016 finalists

Posted: 26th April, 2016

In just 2 days' time, this year's MS Society Awards winners are announced. We're shortlisted in the 'Employer' category. The reason we're finalists is this: one of our employees, Sue, has MS. In recognition for our unwavering support for Sue throughout her 24 years with us, she's voted for us along with her Liverpool office co-workers.

We're walking Hadrian's Wall for the Alzheimer's Society

Posted: 26th April, 2016

While we're on the crusade for charity, it's now only 18 days until we take on this year's major fundraising challenge - Hadrian's Wall in aid of the Alzheimer's Society. On Saturday 14th May, a keen team of 30 Quill employees will walk a 30-mile stretch between Banks and Bowness-on-Solway. Our goal is to beat last year's Yorkshire Three Peaks fundraising target, so please support us if you can. Read more and pledge monies.

Julian becomes Chair of the LSSA

Posted: 21st April, 2016

Our Managing Director, Julian Bryan, has been appointed as the new Chair of the Legal Software Suppliers Association (LSSA), the UK industry body for legal systems developers and vendors. Julian's delighted to be picking up the Chairman’s baton to build on the successes of his predecessors. More.

NED rating? Tick!

Posted: 21st April, 2016

We're pleased as punch to add another feather to our cap for achieving a superior ranking in NED's Legal IT Shortlist 2016. Our "Go-To Brand for Small Law Firms: Tier 2" status entitles us to wear this NED badge (pictured) with pride. So, if you're planning to draw upon NED's resources to devise or sanity check your shortlisted potential suppliers, we'll see you there!