Legal Integrators vs Managed Service Providers

In this episode of Konica MInolta Legal TV, Marco Maggio, Director of the U.S. Legal Practice at All Covered IT Services from Konica Minolta, discusses the difference between a managed service provider and a legal integrator.

A managed service provider performs and important function by assuming responsibility for a law firm’s IT infrastructure. However, the opinion of the All Covered Legal Practice, is that an MSP falls short in meeting what a law firm’s needs can be. If you are to truly leverage industry-specific enabling technology to focus on the practice of law, as opposed to managing multiple vendor relationships, you simply need more support than what an MSP can provide. There is a need for specialized legal expertise.

A legal integrator can do much more than set up a basic IT infrastructure along with the hardware, because it understands the inter-dependence and volatility of a law firm’s workflows in order to help the firm design, plan, implement the appropriate legal technology, and operate safely, efficiently and securely.

As a legal integrator, All Covered prides ourselves in the knowledge and experience we bring to our customers.

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