I-Got-Notices in the Cloud

I-Got-Notices software can be moved to the cloud. You can keep your current version, and continue to use it as before, but still receive all the benefits of the cloud.

I-Got-Notices is a wonderful way to collect, store, index, and manage the large volume of data received in Electronic Case Filing emails. But keeping I-Got-Notices on your in-house servers exposes you to ransomware and viruses, and requires you to pay for ongoing network support.

The better course is to move your data, documents, and software … including I-Got-Notices … to the cloud. Once there, you will no longer have to maintain, troubleshoot, and secure your own data storage infrastructure. Instead, you rely on one of the biggest technology companies in the world – typically Amazon, Google, or Microsoft – to provide the infrastructure and service.

Once in the cloud, your tech support needs will materially decline. They will be mostly limited to peripheral devices like printers and scanners.

Benefits of I-Got-Notices cloud computing

  • Anywhere access. Using any device, your data, documents, and applications can be securely accessed from any location having internet access.
  • Higher security. Clouds are more secure than even the largest networks, and infinitely more secure than those of the typical small law firm.
  • Increased reliability. Cloud computing malfunctions are a rarity, whereas onsite network downtime is not. 99.997% uptime is typical for the major cloud providers.
  • Improved performance. The data centers of major cloud providers are regularly updated with the latest generation of fast hardware. Most law firms see a noticeable improvement in load speed after migrating.
  • Variable expense. Instead of having to invest in equipment, you pay a fixed monthly cost per user. You can add or subtract users at a known and incrementally variable cost.
  • Easy staff adjustments. Access for new or departing team members can be modified with a few clicks. Setup and lockout hours and headaches disappear.
  • Economies of scale. Your cost is lower because the major cloud services have aggregated thousand to hundreds of thousands of users.

What are the advantages of I-Got-Notices cloud computing?

    • Better security. Clouds are infinitely more secure than the networks of the typical small law firm.
    • Any device, anywhere. Your data, documents, and applications can be securely accessed from any location having internet access. And you can do so using a smartphone, iPad, laptop, or desktop.
    • Increased reliability. Cloud computing malfunctions are a rarity, whereas onsite network downtime is not. 99.997% uptime is typical for the major cloud providers.
    • Faster performance. Most law firms see a noticeable improvement in load speed after migrating. The data centers of major cloud providers are regularly updated with the latest generation of fast hardware.
    • Variable expense. Instead of having to invest in equipment, you pay a fixed monthly cost per user. You can add or subtract users at a known and incrementally variable cost.
    • Economies of scale. The major cloud services have aggregated hundreds of thousands of users, and pass on some of those savings to its customers.
    • Quick staff adjustments. Setup headaches disappear as access for new or departing team members can be modified with a few clicks.

Moving I-Got-Notices to the cloud

A cloud migration is a technical task requiring specialists. You will want to use a vendor who specializes in law firms and has experience with I-Got-Notices.

This same vendor should take over your tech support. You have full accountability and will avoid finger-pointing when you deal with one single technology company.

For most law firms using I-Got-Notices, the migration will be completed in one evening and the next morning will be business as usual. Bankruptcy firms having an exceptionally large amount of data can take longer, but that situation is unusual.

I-Got-Notices will appear and work exactly as before. But your data will now be secured by the specialists at Amazon Web Services, the largest provider of cloud services in the world. And you will be able to access I-Got-Notices from any location having internet access, using any device – smartphone, iPad, laptop, or desktop.

Interested in migrating I-Got-Notices to the cloud?

We work with a large number of bankruptcy firms. Several use I-Got-Notices, and we are familiar with the software. We offer both cloud migrations and 24/7 tech support, serve only law firms, and have been helping lawyers since 1981.

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