Law firms have been utilising video conferencing for a number of years, whether it be for communicating with witnesses or for internal collaboration between offices and colleagues. But with an ever-changing corporate landscape, both in terms of the legal sector and the technology used within it, it is more important now than ever to ensure your solution is still solving problems, not creating new ones.
International law firms are hard pressed to find a more important aspect in their practice than service. A saturated market and a need to differentiate oneself from the crowd has led to the integration of video conferencing within the industry.
It is important, however, to ensure that your firm is utilising the best platform for its needs. In the same vein as sending an ill-equipped lawyer to a critically important case, an inefficient video conferencing platform will be detrimental. Here, we will help to dispel the myths surrounding video conferencing in law, and look at what kind of deployment will enhance processes, reputation and, of course, communication.
If you have reached the decision to upgrade all or part of your old age platform to a service that provides quality video conferencing for enhanced collaboration, there are a few things to consider. Moving to the cloud is easier than you may think, with managed service platforms embracing the technical backend process so you can get on with more important aspects. In the final part of our OAP series, we look at the key considerations for your migration.