Greenberg Traurig, LLC (Greenberg) is a large global law firm with an even larger mantra: "better serve clients." And Citrix technology makes it easier for the firm to do that. From anywhere, on any device, to a robust security solution, to a disaster-recovery system, Greenberg is better able to deliver exceptional client service with an IT platform that allows staff to work wherever and whenever they need to.
Greenberg Traurig has built its reputation on delivering innovative, quality legal representation. Sometimes that means work needs to be addressed after traditional business hours, from remote locations, while attorneys are on the go, or even during natural disasters. Citrix technology simplifies workflows and processes, making it easier for IT to manage diverse challenges and disparate environments.
As a result of the Citrix technology, including Citrix Workspace and Citrix Networking solutions, employees can work whenever and wherever is needed, making for a better work-life balance. Sarah Vogt, Remote Systems Engineer for Greenberg Traurig, says, "I think it's a fantastic product, and it allows people to work and to be with their families and to be productive in a way that suits their lives. And I'm very, very grateful that I get to provide that."
Not only does Citrix help companies strike a better work-life balance, it also provides a disaster recovery solution. The reliability and connectivity provided by Citrix ensure that the firm is always able to meet client needs—even in the case of natural disasters.
Citrix Workspace consolidates IT services onto one platform. As a result, attorneys can securely work, audit documents, and take care of billing from one dashboard. In a highly regulated industry such as the legal field, ensuring the security of sensitive data is a critical part of being compliant and serving clients. With Citrix, IT is able to maintains control over security functions such as screen sharing or printing.
We try and make it so it doesn't matter if they [employees] are sitting in their office or in their home or in a hotel or on an airplane, as much as possible, to be able to feel like it walks and talks and it feels like their desktop.