Managed Services For Law Firms: Cybersecurity MSP Guide For Law Firms Released

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Intelligent Technical Solutions (855-204-8823) has released a comprehensive guide to managed services for law firms, covering communications, network security, data analytics, cloud services, client data, and other IT infrastructure.

As an award-winning IT support provider, Intelligent Technical Solutions has released the new seven-chapter guide law firms can follow to optimize their information technology processes. The guide is designed for decision-makers and anyone who wants to learn how a managed service provider (MSP) can support law firms. An MSP is a third-party company that handles all technology concerns for a law firm so that attorneys and paralegals can focus on their cases and clients.

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Amidst the constant and rapid evolution of technology, Intelligent Technical Solutions has released a guide that explains to lawyers how they can remain on the cutting edge of technological services while remaining focused on all-important legal work. The guide titled ‘The Ultimate Guide to Managed IT for Law Firms’ covers a variety of crucial MSP capabilities and topics. These include the basics of information technology, how an MSP benefits law firms, the costs of hiring an MSP, and tips to help legal practices choose the right provider.

The World Economic Forum’s 2020 Global Risk Report found that just .05% of all cybersecurity attacks in the United States are ever detected. Furthermore, IoT cyber attacks are expected to double in frequency by 2025. In addition to optimizing a law firm’s business processes, an MSP can help protect against damaging cyber attacks that can compromise both cases and reputations.

The guide lays out various types of managed IT services. These include cloud-based hosting, Voice over Internet Protocol technology, managed cybersecurity and managed mobile computing. On top of tangible IT services, an MSP can conduct data analytics reports that help law firms improve efficiency.

The guide also explains situations where a law firm may not need managed information technology services. One such example is a small-scale practice with limited technological needs and a low risk of cybersecurity threats. Another example of a law office that may not need a managed service provider is one with sufficient in-house IT expertise and existing data backup and recovery solutions.

A spokesperson for Intelligent Technical Solutions stated, “Finding the right provider can mean the difference when it comes to achieving success. At ITS, we make sure that we can meet our client’s needs and that we are a good fit for their firm before taking on any project.”

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