Uptime Legal Unveils New Private Cloud for Law Firms

Uptime Legal, a provider of cloud services to law firms, has unveiled the “next generation” of its flagship product, Uptime Practice. Uptime Legal’s latest generation of Uptime Practice would include a number of cutting-edge enhancements, each designed to delivery security, reliability and performance to law firms, and each designed to help law firms practice better.

Meeting regulatory compliance is a growing need for law firms large and small. For that reason, the latest generation of Uptime Practice would be more secure than ever.

law firms private cloudUptime Practice leverages the NIST Cybersecurity Framework as a guideline to deliver “best-in-class” information security to its clients. Using this framework, Uptime Practice employs rigorous security and password configurations, restricted access capabilities and optional Two-Factor Authentication (TFA). Uptime Practice’s security framework meet most, and in some cases are in excess of NIST security standards.

“In today’s market, you can get generic cloud services from virtually anyone,” said Dennis Dimka, CEO of Uptime Legal. “From big-box cloud companies like Amazon to small IT companies that service their local market. We’ve developed and continue to improve upon a cloud platform built from the ground-up to cater exclusively to the needs of law firms.”

Security and Compliance Options available to Uptime Practice users would include:

  • Military-grade Encryption
  • Enterprise-grade Firewalls with IDS/IPS
  • 24 x 7 x 365 Network Monitoring
  • Strict Password & Access Policy Enforcement
  • Server & Desktop Endpoint Security
  • Data Center Physical Access Controls
  • Restricted Remote Access
  • Email Archive and Message Encryption
  • Two-Factor Authentication
  • Client-side Local Backup
  • Resource & Performance Enhancements

Uptime Practice comes with more computing power than ever before, says Uptime Legal. RAM and processing allocation have been increased to meet the growing demands of modern legal software. These enhancements to performance and security would drive to one deliverable: Providing a reliable, fast and secure cloud platform for law firms to work from.

Uptime Practice was built from the ground up to host software that law firms use, with applications like PCLaw, Time Matters, ProLaw, Tabs3, Worldox, Needles and iManage. Uptime Practice has been developed and is optimized to provide these and other legal applications in a hosted environment.