LAW OFFICE CLOUD DESKTOP
Law Office Cloud Desktop is your firm’s law office computer desktop hosted on the Microsoft Azure Cloud and delivered to law firm staff on a variety of devices – Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, or Android. Law firm staff can access their applications remotely from their Internet-connected laptop, tablet, or phone.
REPLACE YOUR AGING SERVERS
With Microsoft Azure, you pay for what you use on a hourly/minute basis. There are no large upfront costs for server hardware and you can scale up and add servers, or scale down when needed. Microsoft manages the hardware maintenance so you don’t have to. Law Office Clouds migrates your law firm’s applications to run on the Microsoft Azure Cloud.
DISASTER RECOVERY SOLUTIONS
Law Office Clouds configures servers and desktops on Microsoft Azure that can be spun up when disaster strikes and your local resources become unavailable. At a time of need, recent versions of your data are available on your firm’s disaster recovery infrastructure on Microsoft Azure so that firm staff can connect and continue to be productive.
HYBRID: BEST OF CLOUD & ON-PREMISES COMBINED
This is the Microsoft hybrid cloud, it lets you easily connect applications, servers and desktops that run on Microsoft servers within your office to the Microsoft Azure Cloud. Law offices can build hybrid applications that leverage both on-premises and cloud resources as well as take advantage of storage, backup, and recovery options with increased efficiency and reduced cost.
AZURE BACKUP & RESTORE TO THE MICROSOFT CLOUD
Azure backup has many advantages over other on-line backups because of the ability to utilize cloud based servers and desktops in a time of need. In the event of disaster or extended outage of your on-premises systems, after configuration of servers and desktops on the Microsoft Azure cloud by Law Office Clouds, restoration of data can occur and firm staff can work on their applications directly on the Microsoft Azure Cloud.
FORMING A LAW FIRM? CONSIDER THE CLOUD NOW
With two decades in the legal technology business, Law Office Clouds can help your firm make the right decisions and avoid unnecessary and costly pitfalls. Law Office Clouds can help your firm weigh the upfront costs of on-site servers and infrastructure vs. setting them up on the Microsoft Azure Cloud and paying monthly charges, analyze which applications make the most sense to keep on premises or migrate to the Microsoft Azure cloud, learn of the advantages and disadvantages of cloud vs. on-premises infrastructure, estimate monthly charges and explain ways to reduce costs on the Microsoft Azure Cloud.