Free Executive Webinar:

7 Critical (And Growing) 
IT Security Threats
EVERY Mac-based Law Firm
Must Protect Against NOW

Webinar Details:

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During This Webinar You’ll Discover:
  • The scary risks of mobile and cloud computing – and 7 critical policies, procedures and protections EVERY Mac-based law firm must have in place NOW to protect themselves; overlook even one and you’re exposing yourself to security breaches, damaging and expensive litigation, employment lawsuits and having confidential company information exposed to competitors, hackers and cybercriminals.
  • The #1 security threat to your practice that antivirus, firewalls and other security protocols are defenseless against.
  • A SHOCKING truth about bank fraud that most law firms don’t know about that could (literally) wipe out your bank account.
  • Why firewalls and antivirus software give you a false sense of security – and what it REALLY takes to protect your organization against new threats and today’s sophisticated cybercrime rings.

Who Should Watch This?

Partners of Mac-based law firms, and office managers who are concerned about: lost or stolen devices, privacy of confidential information, employment litigation introduced when employees use personal devices to access company data, and State and Federal laws that carry heavy fines for lost or stolen data. This is of particular importance for those law firms that handle ANY sensitive data such as credit card and financial information, medical records (or serve clients who have medical records) or that simply want to avoid having their bank account wiped out due to a cyber-attack.

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Meet Your Presenter:

Tom Lambotte
CEO, GlobalMac IT
Tom Lambotte

Tom studied Business Economics at the University of California – Santa Barbara and Business Management and Psychology at the California State University – San Marcos. It was during his college years that Tom fell in love with Macs. Shortly thereafter, he integrated this deep passion for Macs with his successful entrepreneurial skills to create GlobalMac IT. Tom believes that compassion, mixed with technical knowledge, can successfully fulfill the business needs of his clients.

Tom is an Apple Certified Support Professional (ACSP) and Daylite Master Partner. Tom honed his entrepreneurial skills early on, where he had a very successful career in sales, management and training, having worked as Senior Business Development Consultant at Strategic Development Worldwide, District Manager at Vector Marketing and more.

Tom lives in Cleveland, OH with his wife Christine, three young children and two English Bulldogs, Zeus and Luna.

I have to let my fellow family law attorneys know of a huge mistake I made for the first two decades of my legal career – handling most of my firm’s IT needs myself.

For instance, when one of our computers had a problem (and when we used PCs there were many), I thought the best course of action was to try to solve it myself instead of having a professional do so – as it would “save money.”

All of that changed late last year when we (finally) realized that the best course of action was to outsource certain functions in order to allow us to spend more time doing what we do best – handle family law cases. We started using GlobalMac IT for our computer and network needs, and we are beyond pleased with the results. They understand how to setup computer networks for law firms, and I don’t have to worry about issues arising, if they do, I know the team at GlobalMac IT will be there to save the day.

Ben Stevens The Mac Lawyer
The Stevens Firm, P.A.
Spartanburg, SC
Why You Must Switch your law firm to Macs and Why GlobalMac IT is The Support Partner You Need

For eight years we struggled with PCs and PC service providers. The equipment kept costing more and more and the service providers we used kept going out of business. Every problem was a “crisis” that required hours, if not days, to fix, and that’s when were able to reach the service provider at all. Quite often they would say they would be available in about 72 hours, as if it was okay for us to be down that long. Proactivity was a pipe dream and I was spending a lot my own time, every day, trying to fix issues, instead of running my law firm.

The Apple Business Team in Cupertino connected us with GlobalMac IT when I was ready to migrate over. Within 30 days everyone was acclimated to the change, and things were much simpler. Tasks that took a lot of time on a PC took substantially less on the Mac. Large problems are now almost unheard of and when we do have issues or need support, GlobalMac IT is always there. Many times, support tickets are fixed the same day. No longer do we feel like we are imposing on their time like our previous IT providers; instead they continue to tell us that they are here to help us and make us more productive.

Looking back 2 years later, we cannot imagine going back to PCs or leaving GlobalMac IT. It has been one of the best decisions we made as a company.

Stuart M. Horwitz Principal
Horwitz & Damicone
Akron, OH
Turnkey IT service — it’s like having an IT department down the hall dedicated to our needs.

Their business model allows them to take a proactive approach, suggest solutions that improve our law practice’s processes and procedures, making our entire staff more productive, as opposed to just fixing the initial problem.

Kimberly T. Lee Attorney
Desert Law Group
Indian Wells, CA