The Journey to the Cloud continues to gain momentum

Microsoft has confirmed that Investment in Cloud based infrastructure continues to grow as businesses move from legacy systems and limited deployments to more comprehensive cloud based solutions.

Cloud adoption continues to gain traction in the legal profession as more and more law firms in Scotland and England recognise the increased opportunities that Cloud presents.

One such Cloud provider has seen a phenomenal growth over the last 12 months, with its client base increasing by 50 new Law firm Cloud start-ups in this short time and growing.

Warren Wander, Managing Director of LawCloud explains that the technology is now ripe for Cloud adoption, and that there has never been a better time for law firms to review their technologies. Wander says that planning for improved efficiencies and cost savings by embracing Cloud technologies and services is a vital ingredient in todays competitive market place.

“The new ways that this technology can be delivered creates opportunities for lawyers to embrace, such as flexible working, scalability, technology simplification. Headaches that existied with traditional technologies are removed such as performance issues and backup problems. Cloud enables concepts such as the virtual office, where lawyers can team up and work together without being bound to traditional partnership premise & practice.”

Alongside the opportunities for legal branding, collaborative membership groups are becoming more commonplace, where lawyers are using this kind of technology to strengthen their proposition and work together in new and interesting ways.

Winston Churchill once said “The empires of the future are the empires of the mind” and never has this saying been more apparent.

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