Who MyCase Is For
MyCase is a good fit for firms looking for a fully-featured, reliable, all-in-one, and affordable law practice management software. It’s also a good option for those who are beginners to law practice management software or legal tech in general. Because MyCase is deliberate about its integrations with third-party software, it’s probably not a good fit for firms that rely on integration heavily with third-party software, though you really wouldn’t need integrations with anything except an accounting software if you went with MyCase.
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Migrating. MyCase offers self and assisted import at no additional cost to new customers. You can import matters and contacts into MyCase yourself, and you can get help via chat and email if you need it. MyCase recommends importing a maximum of 2000 records at a time. And as with most practice management software, you probably won’t be able to import all your data, because MyCase may not have the same fields as the software from which you are importing. Though with its assisted support, mapping and importing your data into MyCase isn’t as daunting as it seems.
Security. MyCase is built on Amazon’s EC2 cloud servers, which are protected by military-grade perimeters, and Amazon strictly controls physical access. MyCase also uses Amazon’s storage for data redundancy and backup. Your data is secured in transit and at rest with “bank-grade” encryption, and two-factor authentication is available.
Backup. MyCase backs up your data regularly, and backing up your MyCase data yourself is simple. You can download a CSV file any time, with all your data, all open files, or just the cases you are linked to. While you can only do this once per day, that should be enough for most firms.