IT Services For Legal Firms
Legal Firms in the UK are being forced to focus more and more on changes in Information Technology as laws and regulations change in the EU and UK. Not keeping up with IT changes, can create significant risks for your clients and your practice. Case Management Software, document management, email encryption, time tracking, billing contacts, case calendars and more have created an even greater reliance on IT infrastructure security, performance, and reliability. Understanding the pressure legal firms are under in relation to IT, IDT provides key IT support for legal firms across the UK.
Bespoke IT Support For Legal Firms
Sharing Documents, Emails, using mobile devices or laptops at home are constantly increasing the surface an attacker can exploit to steal valuable and confidential data.
Asking a support company to oversee the IT function and the running of your network will give you more time to spend on the operation and growth of your company. With custom IT support packages available to suit your individual needs we cater for all sizes of business and all levels of security requirements
We also offer pro-active monitoring which checks the core systems on a regular basis to prevent catastrophic hardware failure allowing us to resolve the majority of problems before they actually occur.
With IDT you have complete peace of mind knowing you are fully covered both remotely and on site against any IT headaches. Call us now to find out more on 0113 819 5859.
Speak to an expert about IT support for legal firms today on 0113 819 5859 or request a call back:
“In December 2009 we made the decision to outsource our IT Department. Having interviewed several hopefuls, it was IDT who put our minds at rest that they could meet our requirements. As such, we signed with IDT in January 2010 and haven’t looked back since. Their maintenance and support is reliable and efficient and our enquiries are always met with a swift, friendly and polite response. We would not hesitate in recommending IDT to others.”