1. My law firm currently relies on a large server with regular backup. It needs to be upgraded every couple years, at a huge cost.
With DCirrus, will I still need a server
We are a cloud solutions provider and our client law firms do indeed work entirely on the cloud.
We offer and put in place a full solution for law firms who no longer require servers at all. Our client law firms receive these additional benefits from DCirrus:
Cloud computing moves with your business and is there to support your growth.
The cloud offers unlimited storage space and can scale up or down depending on your current needs.
This scalability provides the flexibility for your business to grow whereas traditional servers have limited capacity - when you're out of space
you need to get a bigger server.
Not only does the additional unlimited storage space of the cloud result in better computing power resulting in your applications performing faster
but the cloud frees up your IT concerns and expenses. With DCirrus we ensure proper security measures are in place
and keep your applications running smoothly so you don't have to.
Saving on Downtime:
Traditional servers are undependable. Their limited capacity and susceptibility to downtime results in inconsistency which means the productivity
of law firms using traditional servers are more apt to suffer. The decreased likelihood of downtime in the cloud leads to improved performance and increased profits.
You don't need to spend time on the mundane tasks of regularly monitoring, maintaining and upgrading the hardware
and can focus on proactive pursuits that will drive your business forward.
Finally, the cloud is more cost effective
Than traditional servers.
Increased flexibility comes with a huge cost savings (see our incredible low monthly fees scaled for the number of users!)
for different size firms from sole practitioner to mega-firms. Traditional servers need to be purchased and even if you don't use them at full capacity
you're still are paying for them like you are. And don't forget your hardware will age and as it does its value will depreciate year after year.
In the next few years firms relying solely on servers will be in the minority.
Already today law firms that use the cloud have a significantly greater process efficiency, a big cost reduction in IT spending and they grow faster than their competitors.