Rocket Fast Case Access

20th May, 2013.

 

We work hard to make sure you can take advantage of our latest features at lightning quick speed when managing your case.

In January we introduced new cache control to reduce the bandwidth used and increase the speed at which your case screens load.

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In February we took advantage of new software and improved the access speed to your list of case documents, for each of your cases. You can now see all of the documents relating to each case and access them much faster than before.

In March we upgraded to new servers described as ‘beastly machines’ by our developers. They are connected straight into the major internet backbone networks and key internet exchanges to make connection from anywhere faster. Monitored 24/7/365 our servers are fully backed-up every hour to protect any of your case information.

Once again, with bank level SSL enabled across our entire site and AES 256-bit encryption and version control of your documents, Absolute Barrister can be secure in the security it offers you in the management of your case…

…and what’s more, it comes as standard. For each individual and business case it means you can manage your legal case and access your barrister at rocket fast speed from almost anywhere. Simple.

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