Why was NebuLAW designed for the cloud?
This was a huge decision moving against the grain of traditional practice management systems that are embedded in the Australian market, the simple answer is – cloud is just better, in every way at every level.
Cloud computing adoption is on the rise every year, and it doesn’t take long to see why. leading Firms recognize cloud computing benefits and see how they impact their production, collaboration, security and revenue.
To break it down a little we’ve listed why you should consider a NebuLAW over any locally hosted software.
1. Efficiency / cost reduction
By using cloud infrastructure, you don’t have to spend huge amounts of money on purchasing and maintaining equipment.
You do not even need large IT teams to handle your cloud data center operations, as you can enjoy the expertise of your cloud provider’s staff.
Cloud also reduces costs related to downtime. NebuLAW runs on Salesforce and as such leverages Salesforces 99.999% uptime guarantee downtime is rare in cloud systems, this means you don’t have to spend time and money on fixing potential issues related to downtime.
2. Data security
One of the major concerns of every firm, regardless of size, is the security of its data. Data breaches and other cyber crimes can devastate a firms’s revenue, customer loyalty and brand positioning.
NebuLAW offers many advanced security features that guarantee that data is securely stored and handled.
Salesforce as a leader in cloud computing offers world class data security that is unrivaled by any existing legal practice software.
Different firms have different IT needs — a large enterprise of 1000+ employees won’t have the same IT requirements as a start-up.
Using cloud is a great solution because it enables enterprise to efficiently — and quickly — scale up/down their IT departments.
As your business grows, you can easily increase your cloud capacity without having to invest in physical infrastructure. This level of agility gives firms a real advantage over competitors.
Cloud computing allows mobile access to your Firms data via smartphones and devices in our out of the office, which is a great way to ensure that no one is ever left out of the loop.
Resources in the cloud can be easily stored, retrieved, recovered, or processed with just a couple of clicks. Users can get access to their works on-the-go, 24/7, via any devices of their choice, in any corner of the world as long as you stay connected to the internet.
5. Disaster recovery
Data loss is a major concern for all organizations, along with data security. Storing your data in the cloud guarantees that data is always available, even if your equipment like laptops or PCs, is damaged.
Cloud infrastructure can also help you with loss prevention. If you rely on traditional on-premises approach, all your data will be stored locally, on office computers. Despite your best efforts, computers can malfunction from various reasons — from malware and viruses, to age-related hardware deterioration, to simple user error.
Having control over sensitive data is vital to any company. You never know what can happen if a document gets into the wrong hands, even if it’s just the hands of an untrained employee.
Cloud enables you complete visibility and control over your data. You can easily decide which users have what level of access to what data. This gives you control, but it also streamlines work since staff will easily know what documents are assigned to them. It will also increase and ease collaboration.
7. Competitive Edge
Not every company will migrate to the cloud, at least not yet. However, organizations which adopt cloud find that many benefits that cloud offers positively impacts their business .
Cloud adoption increases every year, since companies realize that it offers them access to world-class enterprise technology. And, if you implement a cloud solution now, you’ll be ahead of your competitors.
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