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The right legal technology is the great equalizer for many law firms, helping them run more efficiently, satisfy clients better, research cases faster, tackle tasks more easily, and maintain an output that’s competitive with larger firms. Legal technology can also give your staff the ability to work remotely and have flexible work hours.
24/7 technical support
Leverage a multi-tiered system of protection with experienced IT consultants on your side and gain access to over 200 technology partners for savings on critical IT services and support.
Access to case files anytime, anywhere
Securely access and share documents and collaborate with staff in real-time from anywhere on the planet. Remotely wipe company data from lost or stolen devices and restrict the copying or saving of company information to unauthorized apps and locations.
Many of your users think they are safe as long as they don't click on something in an email, but through the use of a social engineering tactic called “pretexting”, the bad guys establish trust with your key users by pretending to be someone they know in order to carry out a damaging attack.
Data protection and retention
Get off-site backups in the cloud, on any device, while avoiding the traditional costs using a single installation and interface for devices and systems alike.
Disaster recovery planning
Disaster recovery planning confirms your response to an emergency that affects critical applications, data, and information systems to mitigate its impact on regular business operations. Businesses manage large volumes of data, much of which is vital to its continued operation and survival; and the impact of data loss from hardware/software failure, human error, and malware could be significant.
According to the 2019 Legal Trends Report, attorneys spend 3 hours or less a day on billable tasks. Where does all that non-billable time go? Office administration, billing, and configuring technology are all tasks that eat away up to 50% of time that could otherwise be spent on billable tasks, according to Clio’s 2017 report.