Duncan Austin

etiCloud

A Physics graduate from Imperial College London, Duncan has been responsible for the design and build of our Cloud infrastructure. Security is his specialism, and he has a vast knowledge of locking down systems while achieving unmatched performance levels. Duncan has been designing, building and maintaining cloud systems for more than 15 years. His IT career includes 5 years working on Solaris, 10 years providing security consultancy for aerospace and media clients as well as many of the largest financial institutions in the UK and Europe. He was also technical lead on the original security system and global network for lastminute.com. Most recently Duncan gave energising overview of ‘the cloud’ at Legal Tech North, as well as being one of the panel experts focused on Security in the Legal Sector.

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How I stopped worrying and learned to love the Cloud!

An executive overview of the Cloud, the industry, types of Cloud, what is Hybrid Cloud, and what does all of this mean for the legal sector? And ultimately why is it important to practicing Law. Duncan Austin takes a look at the big questions being asked of and by Managing Partners across the Legal sector involving Security, Compliance, Increased productivity, and realising business goals through technology.

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