Why Cloud Desktops for Law Offices?
Moving to the cloud brings numerous benefits to the modern law firm. Cost reduction, focus on billable hours and operational efficiency bring significant bottom-line results. Every legal professional knows the challenges of staying on top of each case. Working from anywhere and anytime offers opportunity to keep cases current and enhance work-life balance.
Lower IT Costs
An in-house server has numerous hidden costs and takes valuable time away from key personnel who need to manage the firm. A typical AirDesk customer saves an amount equal to the cost of a new server every year. Maintaining a traditional server also locks up valuable cash versus the pay-as-you-go model for cloud services.
Improved Focus on Billable Hours
Practice law and not IT. It is estimated that a managing partner can spend as much as 25% of his or her time on IT-related tasks. With office services in the AirDesk cloud you can get back to doing what you do best. Local desktops become simple display devices connected to AirDesk and all systems in the office have consistent configurations. With one common system, staff in multiple locations work from a consistent set of applications and data managed by AirDesk’s dedicated team.
Case management is a challenge for legal professionals. AirDesk Legal provides easy access to all applications and data wherever you have an internet connection. You have enhanced control over when and where you work. Mobile devices become a valuable work tool and case management software looks and feels like it is installed on the device. You no longer have to “log in” to a terminal on your work computer. With AirDesk you simply open your applications anytime anywhere.
Keeping the firm going 24×7 is crucial to meeting the needs of valued clients. In addition to the typical flood, fire, and theft risks, protection against basic downtime and lost data are vital. AirDesk gives you peace of mind knowing your IT operations are safe and secure in an enterprise-class data center. All AirDesk systems are replicated daily between the East and West coasts of the United States.