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Capacity Management

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Capacity management is a process used to manage information technology (IT). Its primary goal is to ensure that IT resources are right-sized to meet current and future business requirements in a cost-effective manner. One common interpretation of capacity management is described in the ITIL framework.

For capacity planning, modeling tools such as Aria Networks, OPNET, PacketTrap, NetSim,NetFlow and sFlow Analyzer, or NetQoS that project the impact of new applications or increased usage are invaluable. According to Gartner, through 2018 more than 30% of enterprises will use capacity management tools for their critical IT infrastructures, up from less than 5% in 2014. These capacity management tools help infrastructure and operations management teams plan and optimize IT infrastructures and tools, and balance the use of external and cloud computing service providers.

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Cyber Liability

“Cyber insurance coverage is a valuable and practical member benefit for lawyers offered through the ABA Insurance portfolio,” ABA President Linda A. Klein said. “As the number of cyber breaches increases everywhere and throughout all industries, it is critical that lawyers and law firms that rely on vast amounts of electronic data are protected.

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Law Firm: Staff Training

Sherri Davidoff presented “Cybersecurity Training for Law Office Employees,” Everyone in your office should be trained, including lawyers, support staff, first-responders (IT personnel) and clients. Client portals for law firms are popular, but portal users must be trained, sometimes on a one-on-one basis.

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Privacy Threat

Governments as well as private sectors has largely missed out on that transformation of data protection due to poor management of technology investments, and taking years longer than necessary to deploy, and delivering technologies that are obsolete by the time they are completed.

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