Law firms are increasingly using outsourced IT services for a number of reasons: security, innovation, cost savings, increased efficiencies and productivity, and the quality of IT services available today. They benefit from:
Law Firms commonly outsource the following IT services:
Law firms that utilize document management, financial management, or case management systems typically have annual support and maintenance contracts with an IT Managed Service Provider (MSP) that provides them updates and technical support.
While computer systems can easily be replaced, the intellectual information and property stored on these systems can’t. Law firms often outsource their data storage & backup solutions due to the extensive amount of confidential data they work with.
With the increase in computer viruses, spam, and malicious activity online, it’s becoming more common for law firms to outsource their email service & storage to ensure security.
How To Plan For Outsourcing IT
To get the most from your investment, it’s important to plan before, and during the early stages of outsourcing to ensure everything that’s required is addressed. Consider the extensive amount of data you need to process and store, how much you want to spend, what IT capabilities you think you need, and what your staff, clients and vendors need to communicate efficiently.
If you have difficulty planning, your MSP can help. Start looking for a reputable MSP in your area and make contact with them. Most MSPs will consult with you, and provide an honest, no-obligation, no-cost assessment regarding products and services that will help your law firm increase efficiencies, productivity, security, and you competitive standing today and tomorrow.
Fuelled Networks specializes in helping law firms with a complete range of IT support solutions. Contact us today to learn how we can help your law firm with our outsourced IT services. Leave the IT to the experts while you continue to serve the needs of your clients. Phone (613) 828-1280 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Published On: 19th October 2013 by Ernie Sherman.