Cloud technology is a network of hosted resources that are accessible through the internet. Cloud…
Cloud computing for law firms has slowly made headway over the last decade. Studies show as many as 78% of firms are already using some form of cloud technology.
If you’re still on the fence, what’s keeping your firm on the ground, still hosting your own data and systems?
Why It’s Past Time to Consider Cloud Computing for Law Firms
The Cloud’s middle name is “convenience,” but that’s far from the only (or most important) reason to consider it.
Cloud computing is no longer a luxury. Not only has technology improved and hackers become more clever, but consumer and employee expectations have also changed. Profitability, risk management and maintaining a competitive edge are vital concerns for law firms that don’t want to be left behind. The Cloud is the common denominator in solving these challenges.
Benefits of Cloud Computing for Law Firms
In our new resource, Cloud Computing for Law Firms: 9 Reasons to Take the Leap, we show how firms like yours are benefiting in these ways:
Increased Efficiency and Flexibility: This goes beyond making tasks easier for lawyers and firm employees. It truly makes the difference in the services, confidence and comfort you can offer your clients … and in your firm’s bottom line.
Greater Security: With the exponential improvements in cloud technology — and the heightened responsibility lawyers now have surrounding legal technology — on-premise software has actually become the riskier option.
Improved Client Experiences: Your clients prefer and expect modern experiences that make their lives easier, including client portals for managing casework, teleconferencing and online bill pay.
Fewer IT Resources: There are at least 6 major ways cloud computing for law firms saves time, money and hassles for your IT person or team … and your budget.