If your law firm has five or more users, it has outgrown the “solo” use of laptops, sneaker nets and simple network shares. It’s time to join the small to medium-size law firm computing world. A world that has the same computing needs as Big Law. But how do you get Big Law servers with small law firm budgets?

You assess your software requirements, count end users and determine the role a computer server will play in the office, e.g., application, database, file or print server. Then you hunt for a server with both price and performance in mind. If you lose sight of either, you are liable to end up with an overpriced and underutilized server resource.

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