Reaching your saturation point with e-commerce, dot-coms and the umpteenth new version of software that seems remarkably similar to what’s on your office computers now? Fasten your seat belts for a development that both techno-savvy and techno-phobic lawyers can ride to new levels of productivity and quality of life. The rapidly growing appeal of application service providers (ASP) is that they can significantly enhance the way you conduct your practice, and in turn positively impact your quality of life. Greatly simplified, ASPs largely become your firm’s information technology (IT) department: They host your software applications off-site and deliver them to your desktop on demand through the Internet. They also enable you to access and send information to or from anywhere and let you electronically interact with an ever-expanding legal community of interest.
Here’s a closer look at how an ASP works and how it benefits law firms of any size:
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