Law Firms

It’s Who You Know: Verifying Identity at Law Firms

Trusting identity is foundational to a law firm’s work. In a law office, the documents going back and forth contain sensitive information; contracts, negotiations, or transactions can’t be shared with the wrong parties. Therefore, the industry needs to be especially cautious about validating identities. Legal service providers need to achieve compliance while protecting clients and…

Why Lawyers Need Workflow Automation

Law firms constantly collect and share information, with files containing critical data going back-and-forth between employees and clients. One mistake could cost the firm both money and reputation. Workflow automation technology tackles document sharing and data collection to offer several benefits. 1. Improved Accuracy Collecting information using workflow automation improves the accuracy of a routine…

Pivoting to the Practice of Virtual Law

The law profession has been slow to embrace virtual work. It’s a people-oriented business, and there is great reliance on sensitive files and court documents. Although, the pandemic pushed lawyers – and the rest of us – to embrace more digital technology. In the United States, 70–90% of firms surveyed by the American Bar Association…

Why Law Firms Need Managed Services

The law industry isn’t known for embracing change quickly: tradition can trump a willingness to embrace new technologies. Although, digital technology has become an essential part of many lawyers’ working day. Partnering with a Managed Service Provider (MSP) provides support and enhanced cybersecurity during this evolution. Lawyers rely on technology to: communicate with colleagues and…