Velocity Technology has the capability and expertise to unlock the efficiency of your firm as promptly as possible by providing the most advanced Legal IT in the business. We manage your documents so you can focus on what’s important: your cases.
The Lawyers' IT Solution
We manage your documents so you can focus on your cases.
Velocity Technology Partners is your one-stop legal IT resource. Today’s law firms are more technologically advanced than ever before, and Velocity Technology Partners understands the demands placed on legal technology. System failures and downtime not only affect your bottom line, they impact lives. We offer 24/7/365 support for a 24/7/365 industry.
IT should not get in the way of protecting and securing your clients’ information. They depend on you, you can depend on us. At Velocity Technology Partners we improve your practice with personalized technology services. We understand that legal work has many intricacies and guidelines regarding sensitive information and we are more than capable to effortlessly take your legal practice into the digital age. Your operations will be streamlined and allow you to focus on what really matters, the cases at hand. Let us take care of the rest.
A firm’s reputation is built on their ability to protect their clients’ sensitive information. Velocity Technology has partnered with the industry leading Document Management Systems (DMS) to help your firm mete out its requirements and assure success.
Law firms need to operate as pragmatically as possible. Your firm needs to be prepared to instantly recover in the event of a catastrophe – natural or otherwise. Our current climate is seeing a swelling amount of cyber-attacks on law firms, but Velocity Technology can provide the healthy, safe, consistent, unwavering backup solution you need to assure your firm is reliable. See our disaster recovery and breach protocol plans.
We can help you build the security plans you need. To help you address attestation strategy, security failure response plans, security policies, disaster recovery plans, penetration testing, and various auditory compliance tests.
Velocity Technology provides many plans for both hybrid and private cloud services. If you’re testing the waters to back up your data, disaster recovery, or outsourcing your complete framework, our Cloud solutions empower your employees to work from anywhere at any time.
Training and Consulting
Velocity Technology helps our clients gain understanding and confidence with how to use their legal apps, collaboration tools, common office applications, and especially their document management system. We can offer training and consulting with all of these services.
Legal App and Sales Support
Velocity Technology will can help manage vendors and leverage economies. We can help improve the workflow of your firm, by making it more efficient and remaining focused on your core values.
Legal Solutions Integrations
Velocity Technology understands the unpredictability and interdependency of Legal Firms’ workflows. Learn how we can help you strategize, design, execute and function securely, effectively, and powerfully for your team and especially your clients.
Duty of Confidentiality
At Velocity Technology partners, we understand the subtle nuances of legal communications. We understand that you have a duty of confidentiality to your clients so they can experience full and total legal professional privilege. You can sleep soundly knowing that our document management system has your best interest in mind. That your documents will remain safe and confidential, keeping your clients’ sensitive data secure.
When dealing with discovery requests in a civil procedure or criminal procedure, oversharing is common on behalf of the document manager. We work with our Legal IT clients to make sure their opponents receive the necessary evidence and documents–nothing more or less. Whether we’re working with you to answer interrogatories, responding to requests to produce documents, requests for admissions and depositions, or complying with a subpoena, we work intimately with our clients to ensure we aren’t oversharing their data. We make it a point when a discovery request comes in to understand which data are responsive documents and which data are unresponsive documents.
Attorney–client privilege, sometimes referred to as lawyer–client privilege, is a client’s right privilege to decline to divulge and to prohibit any other person from divulging private conversation between themselves and their attorney. This privilege is one of the oldest accepted rights for confidential communications. The United States Supreme Court has recognized that by guaranteeing confidentiality, the privilege enables clients to confide “full and frank” disclosures to their attorneys, this better allows their attorneys to advise with candid council and provide efficient representation.
Redaction of Confidential Information
At Velocity Technology Parters, we understand the importance of redacting confidential information from court filings lie social security numbers, financial account numbers, names of minors, dates of birth, home addresses, and many more things depending on the circumstances. Each situation is unique, and often this means the redacted information will vary depending on the receiving party. We work tirelessly to ensure we provide the correct version of a document per your advising.
Electronically Stored Information (ESI)
According to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP), Electronically stored information (ESI) is documents or data which are produced, corresponded, and best used in digital form. Thus necessitating the use of computer hardware and/or software.
In 2006, the United States government defined electronically stored information for FRCP, mandating that procedures for maintenance and discovery of ESI was a necessity. References to ESI in the FRCP conjure a vast selection of what may be uncovered during the discovery phase of a civil or criminal trial.
Rule 34(a) enables a party in a civil lawsuit to request another party to produce and permit the requesting party or its representative to inspect, copy, test, or sample the following items in the responding party’s possession, custody, or control: any designated documents or electronically stored information—including writings, drawings, graphs, charts, photographs, sound recordings, images, and other data or data compilations—stored in any medium from which information can be obtained either directly or, if necessary, after translation by the responding party into a reasonably usable form. Rule 34(a)(1) is intentionally vague. It’s general enough to cover all current forms of technologically-based information and include all future changes and developments.