Our experience providing managed IT services to Law Firms uniquely positions us to keep key systems running 24/7, reducing expenses and driving the firm’s profitability.

Law firms have unique challenges. Before engaging with Core Managed, we’ve seen law firms struggle with a variety of issues such as:
  • Time Tracking
  • Scanning
  • File Sharing (Both internally and with 3rd parties)
  • Remote Access
  • Cybersecurity
  • Complicated setups including VPN and terminal servers

Many of the law firms we have met do not have a proactive strategy around IT.  They don’t know what they have, and they don’t have a plan.  They need a roadmap to align technology with business goals.

Core Managed provides just that. Our vCIO team conducts a quarterly audit to identify risks, vulnerabilities, and problem hardware. They meet with you to bring you the items that matter most.​

Your law firm can not only have a plan, but also peace of mind. What this means to you is that you can focus on growing your firm and serving your clients because you have a comprehensive IT strategy that scales. 

In addition to long range planning provided by a dedicated vCIO, our law firm clients enjoy rapid response to help desk issues.

We provide expert support for:

  • Needles
  • Time Matters
  • MyCase
  • Legal Files
  • Dragon
  • PCLaw
  • Jarvis
  • Clio
  • AbacusNext
  • Bill4Time
  • QuickBooks Enterprise
  • QuickBooks Online
  • Great Plains
  • SharePoint, OneDrive and Teams
  • Microsoft Outlook

It’s time to level up the technical operations at your engineering firm. It starts by filling out the form on this page. We can’t wait to meet you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

IT services for law firms refer to specialized technology solutions and support tailored to the unique needs of legal practices. This can include a wide range of services such as network infrastructure, software applications, data management, cybersecurity, cloud computing, IT consulting, and support for legal-specific software.

Law firms rely heavily on technology to manage their day-to-day operations, including document management, case management, billing, and communication with clients. IT services help law firms optimize their IT infrastructure, enhance productivity, improve data security, streamline workflows, and ensure compliance with legal regulations. IT services also enable law firms to leverage the latest technological advancements to gain a competitive edge and deliver high-quality services to their clients.

IT services for law firms can vary depending on the specific requirements of each firm. Common services may include network setup and maintenance, software applications for legal practice management, document management, email and communication systems, cybersecurity solutions, cloud computing, data backup and recovery, IT consulting, and technology planning and implementation.

IT services can provide several benefits to law firms, including:

Increased productivity: IT services can help law firms streamline workflows, automate repetitive tasks, and optimize business processes, leading to improved productivity and efficiency.

Enhanced data security: Law firms deal with sensitive and confidential client data. IT services can implement robust security measures, such as firewalls, encryption, and regular data backups, to safeguard against cyber threats and data breaches.

Access to specialized expertise: IT service providers with experience in serving law firms can provide specialized expertise in managing legal-specific software, systems, and compliance requirements, ensuring smooth operations and minimizing downtime.

Cost-effective solutions: Outsourcing IT services can be cost-effective for law firms, as it eliminates the need for in-house IT staff and infrastructure, reducing operational costs.

Scalability: IT services can be tailored to the specific needs and growth plans of law firms, allowing them to scale their IT infrastructure and services as their business expands.

When selecting an IT service provider for your law firm, consider the following:

Experience and expertise: Look for a provider with experience in serving law firms and a deep understanding of their unique IT requirements, including legal-specific software and compliance regulations.

Range of services: Ensure that the IT service provider offers a comprehensive range of services that align with your law firm’s needs, including software applications for legal practice management, document management, network setup and maintenance, cybersecurity, cloud computing, data backup and recovery, and IT consulting.

Reputation and references: Check the provider’s reputation and customer reviews, and ask for references from other law firms they have worked with to assess their reliability and service quality.

Technical capabilities: Evaluate the provider’s technical capabilities, including their infrastructure, certifications, and partnerships with technology vendors, to ensure they can meet your law firm’s IT needs.

Service level agreements (SLAs): Review the provider’s SLAs to understand their response times, service availability, and support processes, and ensure they align with your firm’s requirements.

Pricing and contracts: Obtain detailed pricing and contract information from the provider, including any additional costs or fees, contract terms, and termination clauses, to make an informed decision.

You can contact the IT services team at Core Managed by visiting our website at https://coremanaged.com/law-firms