As an increasing number of law firms are shifting to SaaS hosted applications, the risk for them is that the solution and all their data is controlled by the software vendor. For these law firms to adopt SaaS hosted solutions in a responsible way, they need to ensure they have a third-party continuity process in place in the unlikely event something happens to the software vendor. Such events may include bankruptcy, major failure that remains unremedied or a ransomware attack.
Law firms in the UK are now turning to software escrow vendors to develop robust SaaS continuity solutions that provide for a continuation of service if something were to happen to the software vendor. To find out more about what the most popular SaaS Continuity Escrow solutions are, read the full article here.