Legal Integrators vs Managed Service Providers – VIDEO

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.

For information, email LegalTeam@allcovered.com or visit www.countonkonicaminolta.com