According to Gartner estimates, organizations with an internal IT department and IT infrastructure spend approximately 75% of their investments on managing, operating, and maintaining existing IT systems and software infrastructure. Additionally, businesses typically spend close to four times the initial software license cost to own, operate and manage applications.
Today, it is difficult for any law firm to make a business case for owning, managing, and maintaining large-scale IT infrastructure, hosting business productivity applications, gaining expertise in data security and compliant storage, and ‘footing the bill’ for all these costs.
That’s where we come in. This e-book explores how personal injury law firms can transform into cloud-based firms.
What’s in the e-book:
What is Cloud Computing?
Learn how Cloud has evolved and how the “Dot Com” boom of the 90s brought about a significant shift in business strategies.
How does cloud adoption transform your personal injury practice?
Hosting your IT infrastructure in-house requires extensive space, hardware, software, and personnel investment to manage everything. Yet, forward-looking law firms can simply gain all this from cloud service providers like CloudLex®.
What is the “True Cloud”? I thought I was already “hosted” in the Cloud.
Buzzwords such as “Hosted,” “Hybrid,” and “Online” are often used by vintage technology providers to create the perception of a “Cloud.” If you are with a service provider who hasn’t changed in the last 20 years, then what are the odds that they have now transformed into a cutting-edge cloud technology service provider?
Which Cloud option is best suited for a personal injury law firm?
According to Gartner, the global cloud market is dominated by Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services, collectively accounting for 70% of the market share; Alibaba of China then follows these, and Google, claiming a 15% share between them.
The CloudLex advantage
CloudLex is the only Legal Cloud® built on Microsoft Azure explicitly designed for plaintiff Personal Injury law firms. Compatible with Microsoft’s ecosystem, CloudLex is built on robust, secure, scalable, and configurable building blocks for Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Project Management, Storage Management, Document Management, Communication Management, Collaboration Management, Task Management, and Event Management.