Join.Law announces the expansion of web services product offerings to assist law firms in kickstarting the digital age.
FREMONT, CA: Join.law, the original home of verified .LAW domain names available exclusively to the legal industry, releases its latest and expanded website and product offering to assist law firms and legal practices, streamline and secure their digital assets and infrastructure.
"The legal industry is increasingly shifting its attention to security, efficiency, and productivity, where it concerns their web infrastructure and digital asset management. In the current digital landscape, finding a partner who can offer full-service turnkey solutions and expert support, rather than sourcing multiple vendors who may not align with a firm's long-term goals, is invaluable," says Anthony M. Beltran, CEO of 101domain.com, which acquired Join.law in late 2019.
Join.law customers at present have extended access to a long list of domain name extensions beyond .law domains, including .com, .net, .org, .legal, .attorney, and many more, which enables them to consolidate all of their domain names from various vendors to a single provider. Also newly available to customers are professional web hosting solutions with migration services, SSL certificates by Sectigo, and DNS security, web application firewalls, a global content delivery network, and DDOS protection from leading web infrastructure and security firm Cloudflare.
To boost productivity and digital collaboration, customers can also sign up for Google's G Suite - an integrated suite of secure, cloud-native collaboration and productivity apps, which includes Gmail, Docs, Sheets, Calendar, Google Drive, Meet video-conferencing and so much more, which scales the features seamlessly with the customer's practice.
Customers will highly benefit from the dedicated account managers, transparent pricing and terms, and a customized suite of solutions designed to address various necessities and challenges that law practices undergo while managing their digital transformation.