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Can Microsoft 365 Replace Practice Management Software?
Microsoft rolled out Office 365 in 2011, a subscription plan instead of the traditional installed Office suite of products. In 2020 the name of the subscription became Microsoft 365.… It comes with cloud file storage, the powerful Exchange and SharePoint hosted servers, Teams for group communications including video conferencing and many more apps and tools to keep a business humming. The question is inevitable — does a firm need a purpose-built law practice management system or will the powerful Microsoft 365 suite suffice?
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