ProLaw Workspace – Review & Guide for Law Firms

At Uptime Legal, we work with hundreds of law firms, and in doing so, work with many of the leading Law Practice Management applications. ProLaw has been a long-standing and popular case management suite for law firms of 10 people or more.

But we live and work in a very different world than we did just a few years ago.

Not long ago, working remotely was a luxury. Today it’s an outright requirement, and law firms are either adapting and thriving… or falling by the wayside. (Read our Law Firm Remote Working Survival Guide to learn how to do the former.)

The robust capabilities of traditional practice management applications, like ProLaw, and also:

The simplicity of modern, simple web-based legal software user interfaces.

  • What is ProLaw Workspace, exactly, and how does it work?
  • Does ProLaw Workspace deliver on that goal?
  • Does ProLaw Workspace require my firm to have onsite servers?
  • Is ProLaw Workspace Cloud-based?
  • How can my firm use ProLaw Workspace in the Cloud?
  • Hosting for Your Legal Software (Such as ProLaw Workspace)
  • Cloud Storage for Your Documents
  • Email (Often via Exchange or Office 365)
  • IT Help Desk (In Some Cases)
  • Data Security - Including Data Encryption, Multi-Factor Authentication
  • Data Backups Geographic Redundancy
  • About the Author: Dennis Dimka
    Dennis Dimka is the CEO and founder of Uptime Legal Systems, North America's leading provider of technology, cloud and marketing services to law firms. Under Dennis’ leadership, Uptime Legal has grown organically and through acquisitions to become the nationally-recognized legal technology company it is today. Uptime Legal continues to innovate and disrupt the legal technology space, and has been named to the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing private for the past six consecutive years. Dennis was also an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year finalist.

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