Established over 250 years ago, Campbell Hooper is a London-based law firm acting for banks, local authorities, manufacturing, property, construction and media companies, as well as individuals right across the UK.
Campbell Hooper has 120 employees, including 70 fee-earners, all of who rely on PC, email and Internet usage to complete their daily activities.
Email is absolutely crucial to business, and the firm has around three times more email traffic than hard documents. Although all legal documents are still dealt with in hard copy at the final stage, the firm relies on email to communicate with clients and ensure that the case is progressed through from start to finish.
All of Campbell Hooper’s users also have full access to the Internet and are encouraged to make full use of this valuable information source. Fee-earners subscribe to a range of core information sources which are very convenient and save them huge amounts of time which used to be spent in libraries and looking through paper-based resources.
This growing dependence on email means that Campbell Hooper could face considerable disruption and loss of business if email-borne viruses infected its systems.
Read this paper to find out how Campbell Hooper obtained business continuity that ensured it could satisfy its duty of care to protect clients and make sure that confidential client information is kept secure