Legal Workspace Blog

Legal Workspace is a cloud-based work environment designed specifically for law firms. We host everything you use in your current work environment – including your existing software applications, files and folders – in our highly secure cloud-based data centers.

Not All Clouds Are Equal: Select the Best

By now, you’ve heard all about the cloud, how it can keep your data secure, and how using a cloud environment is a more convenient way to work. You’re convinced that working in a cloud environment is the way to … Continued

Is Your Firm Prepared for the Unexpected?  

The world is unpredictable. Natural disasters, such as hurricanes and tornadoes, affect wide swaths of the United States. Hackers have become increasingly adept at penetrating security shields, resulting in devastating data breaches for large companies. Under these circumstances, how can … Continued

How to Move from Help Desk Support to CIO

A typical day in an IT professional’s life involves a lot of troubleshooting and maintenance. IT professionals may grow to have love/hate relationships with their on-site servers. Sure, those servers may be testy and occasionally cause issues – but the … Continued

Server or Cloud? A law firm deliberates

We get many calls every week from law firms that are debating between the cloud and maintaining local IT resources. Yesterday, we received a call that a law firm is losing productivity because of unexpected server downtime. Concerns about data … Continued

5 Unexpected Benefits of Cloud for Law Firms

There are so many reasons for law firms to use the cloud, ranging from increased convenience to more robust security. Here are five unexpected benefits of cloud services for law firms: 1. Bump up holiday and summer billable hours It’s summer … Continued

Streamline Firm Management with Legal Applications

Most law firms realize the benefit of using Practice and Case Management software. These tools help keep a firm organized, track performance, and balance workloads. They’re created especially for law firms, so—while they deal with quotidian details—they’re organized by case … Continued