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Leon Carelli, Locks' Chief Technology Officer, Quoted in Forbes

Leon Carelli, Chief Technology Officer at The Locks Law Firm, has been quoted in Forbes. Alongside a group of other tech experts, Carelli was asked how businesses can future-proof their IT Departments, preparing them for tomorrow’s technological challenges.

Responding to this question, Carelli said, “There are few better tools than a curious mind. At Locks Law Firm, we encourage our employees to take initiative and ask questions — allowing every member of our team to better navigate a given challenge. Educational entertainment in the form of YouTube playlists and podcasts serve as the ‘music’ of our IT department. We then couple this edutainment with hands-on projects that put new ideas into practice.”

The entire article can be read at Forbes.

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