Three more Law Centres drive collaboration with Microsoft Cloud

Deborah Jepson

AspiraCloud helps Derbyshire Law Centre, Kirklees Citizens Advice & Law Centre and Speakeasy Law Centre improve IT services with our Cloud First Support.

AspiraCloud is delighted to be supporting three further members of the Law Centres Network join the IT national scheme and introduce Cloud First Support IT services to improve IT services for these not for profit organisations.

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Derbyshire Law Centre was set up in March 1989. Today, with over 30 employees, the team is dedicated to increasing access to justice for disadvantaged individuals and communities through the provision of quality assured, accessible free and low cost legal advice, information and representation across the county.

Kirklees Citizens Advice & Law Centre is a leading advice organisation offering high quality social welfare advice. These services are delivered by its team of skilled and experienced staff and volunteers to people in Kirklees and surrounding areas.

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Speakeasy Law Centre offers free legal advice to help resolve problems with debt, welfare benefits, housing and employment law. Established over 30 years ago, the team has helped thousands of individuals and families to deal with their debt issues in areas of Cardiff & the Vale of Glamorgan.

AspiraCloud will be supporting all three Law Centres migrate to the Microsoft Cloud and join the Law Centres Network national IT scheme. The Law Centres Network national IT scheme is focussed on supporting all Law Centre members access cost effective IT services in order to drive collaboration and improve services for colleagues, case workers and clients.

AspiraCloud will also be providing all three charities with Cloud First Support, a bespoke IT help desk to securely manage remote and office working. This cost effective support service offers complete confidence that all data, software, devices and Microsoft 365 applications are managed and secured – so workers can focus on supporting the most vulnerable in their local communities.

Adrian Edgar, Managing Director at AspiraCloud explains: “The Law Centres Network national IT project improves accessibility, strengthens data security and meets the regulatory requirements of the SRA. We are delighted to be helping three more Law Centres join the scheme and access these valuable benefits. Combined with our Cloud First Support service, these charities will get the IT help they need quickly and have complete peace of mind should things go wrong.”

As a trusted and highly qualified Microsoft Cloud Solutions partner, AspiraCloud is one of the fastest growing providers of IT services supporting small to medium sized charities and not for profit organisations around the UK. 

Already working with a variety of charitable organisations, including The Blue Cross and Medical Justice, as well as over 50 Law Centres, AspiraCloud has the experience and technical expertise to deliver advice, training, IT solutions and support for Microsoft 365, as well as the ability to offer significant discounts from Microsoft.

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Read more about the Law Centres Network national IT project.