Cloud strategies for law firms

Matt Newton, Commercial Director – Oosha by Access Legal

Law firms have, to some degree, been adopting cloud-based technologies over the years as their business needs have changed.

They’ve migrated software, email and other key servers from on-premise to the cloud, and are now reaping the rewards of improved functionality, efficiency and user experience.

New solutions are removing barriers that once caused frustration to fee-earners, enabling them to work more effectively, while providing the flexibility to work from anywhere – which was critical during the pandemic.#

Now the conversation has shifted. Firms are adopting cloud technologies at an ever-increasing pace.

In this paper, we’ve sat down with five legal technology experts, including Sarah Blair, IT Director at Thorntons Law and David Jackson, Chief Technology Officer at Stepien Lake to find out what leading law firms are doing to design and implement a successful cloud strategy for their firm, covering:

  • Cloud hosting: From enablement to optimisation
  • Positively impacting user experiences
  • Putting people at the centre of digital transformation

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This article has been written by the legal team at The Access Group which provides award-winning software for law firms.

Access Legal

Access Legal
Working in partnership with more than 3,500 UK law firms and underpinned by over 30 years of sector experience, Access Legal provides an unrivalled suite of complete software solutions. From case and practice management, finance, accounting and business intelligence to learning, compliance and HR – Access Legal helps firms take control of their time, improve efficiency and productivity. By providing software to manage every aspect of a firm’s operations, Access Legal enables ambitious firms to reach unlimited potential and have the freedom to focus on clients and people to drive profitability and growth. ​​​​Access Legal is part of The Access Group, a leading provider of business management software to mid-sized organisations. It helps more than 35,000 customers across commercial and not-for-profit sectors become more productive and efficient. Its innovative Access Workspace cloud solution transforms the way business software is used, giving every employee the freedom to do more. Founded in 1991, The Access Group employs more than 3000 staff.