If you handle IT issues in-house, are you experiencing law and disorder?
How good is ThrottleNet as an outsourced, full-service Managed IT+Security provider? You be the judge. For starters, we have over twenty years of experience helping law practices keep their private networks, software (especially Microsoft Office 365) and all their essential technology operating the way it was designed. And we’ve been successful in managed IT services for so long because we’ve been doing it right from day one.
That equates to more uptime because your technology challenges are gone and everything is working flawlessly, so your attorneys can work more efficiently on things like case management. This ensures what we like to call “business continuity.” Plus, our expertise in security and compliance standards translates to protecting your law firm from data loss, hacking, viruses and ransomware.
You practice law. We practice “always there for you” client relations that includes business continuity planning. Translation: it gives your legal team everything they require to focus on doing their job because we’re doing our job to provide you with the required IT services. We rest our case. Contact us today to discover all the benefits our managed IT+Security services provides for your law firm.
Our core IT+Security legal capabilities:
Managed Network:You’re a law practice. We’re a managed IT+Security services provider that specializes in the legal industry. It’s a perfect match. Especially since you get a security solution deployed and configured across you network and includes 24/7 monitoring and antivirus protection. You also get a Network Engineer and a vCIO (Virtual Chief Information Officer) for all technology consultations, strategizing and implementation of projects. And since attorneys work day and night, we provide unlimited access to our Help Desk and there’s even onsite support.
24/7 Help Desk:When an attorney is preparing for a case, there’s no time to deal with downtime caused by IT issues. That’s why our help desk is so essential to ensure your technology is working so your legal team can do the same.
KnowBe4: How do you know if opening an email is really opening up a can of worms? It’s called a phishing attack. We help eliminate this risk by teaching your staff how to spot these threats using a unique solution that sends mock phishing attacks. Then a training video is generated detailing what they did wrong and what to do next time that is right in the world of cybersecurity.
Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery (BCDR): Fact: your law practice will never have to worry about a ransomware attack or complete hardware failure impacting your practice. That’s because we perform image-based backups of your data that can be restored from a point prior to a ransomware attack. It’s why IT+Security is the perfect combination for you.
Quote from LegalTech News
We’re not the only ones talking about the importance of outsourced managed IT services for law firms. LegalTech news states, “With today’s innovative model, the managed services provider assumes operational responsibility for the firm’s IT systems and operations—either portions of or the entire IT function. Examples include desktop support for the firm’s employees, management of the firm’s network, servers, databases and applications, and monitoring and resolving IT issues.
ThrottleNet knows that client confidentially isn’t an option for law firms. It’s a must. We’re an ideal solution since our legal IT services provide the kind of client data security and data protection to help prevent a hacking event. And since we’re proactively going after these threats, we help protect the data you have to keep secure, especially protected health information.
Even if you work on the hybrid Cloud, our Cloud services expertise lets you keep working there and do it securely. Plus, our complete IT services offering provides the legal industry with the exact IT support services they require, a help desk, disaster recovery, email archiving and so much more for continuous peace of mind.
We also have the project management processes in place to always make sure your business technologies such as computers, servers, networks, mobile devices and laptops allow for continuous, secure and unified communications.