Primafact and Filevine have teamed up to provide a complete case management solution for Personal Injury firms. Primafact is the leader in evidentiary document management for litigation, and Filevine is an up and coming cloud-based practice management system specialized for litigation.
Cloud IT is an increasingly-popular alternative to an on-site computer network. To speak to why law firms are switching to the cloud, on September 19th we participated in OTLA’s CPD-accredited webinar “The Advantages of Cloud IT”. The 75-minute informational webinar featured Duncan Macgillivray of White Macgillivray Lester LLP and our very own LexCloud.ca CEO, Mike Dewdney. The purpose of the presentation was to provide the attending OTLA members with a primer on the benefits of Cloud IT in an educational setting.
For three days last month, the WannaCry ransomware cyberattack spread across the globe with chilling speed. From Friday May 12th to Monday May 15th, it infected over 230,000 computers worldwide. The attack worked by locking files on the computers and displaying a ”ransom note” requesting a sizeable payment in Bitcoin crypto-currency to unlock them.
Practice management software that tracks cases, contacts, due dates and calendars has been a staple of legal technology for several decades. Programs like Toronto’s own Amicus Attorney, Time Matters, Practice Master, and Abacus have loyal followings.
LexCloud.ca, Canada’s leading Cloud IT provider for law firms, is proud to announce that we have been awarded membership in the Tier 1 Direct Partner in the Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) Program. This program is designed to enable a select group of partners who have demonstrated the ability to provide full end-to-end solutions to their clients, to directly provide and integrate Microsoft’s Cloud offering, including Office 365 and Azure, with their core product.