May 2020 Tech Talk for Government

James Leneschmidt, CTO, ImageSoft It’s been said that I have a voice for silent movies. It must be true because, somehow, my friends always “forget” to invite me to karaoke night.  In the last couple months, though, karaoke night has been forgone in lieu of remote hangouts through platforms like Zoom. Suddenly, all my friends … Continue reading May 2020 Tech Talk for Government

May 2020 Tech Talk for Courts

It’s May, and Mobility is Blossoming!  Steve Glisky, Vice President, ImageSoft I was out for a walk with my kids the other day, enjoying the Michigan Spring, and thinking to myself how ironic it is that now, when most of us are home more than ever, mobility is blossoming.   Before the Coronavirus pandemic, remote access to case … Continue reading May 2020 Tech Talk for Courts

Piecemealed Homemaking: How To Secure Housing for You and Your Data

Authored by Katie, Communications Specialist at ImageSoft Looking at my newly renovated, shabby-chic farmhouse bedroom makes my heart happy – but my head? Oh, it aches. Any visitor can tell you I stitched this room together with too many Etsy orders and plenty of time at home during quarantine. What you wouldn’t know by looking … Continue reading Piecemealed Homemaking: How To Secure Housing for You and Your Data

May 2020 Tech Talk for Insurers

Toni Smith, ImageSoft I’m so excited to share with you all that, just in time for Mother’s Day, I became a grandma again! And even better, it’s my first granddaughter. Having several grandsons already, this is a game-changer! Even though my family is ecstatic, we can’t celebrate this joyful moment in our usual ways. In … Continue reading May 2020 Tech Talk for Insurers

Forms – How a Good Idea Became a Disastrous Concept

Authored by Paul Gorman, ImageSoft Account Executive I read a recent statement issued by Florida’s Department of Transportation (FDOT) saying that, in an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, it is leading the coordination of DOH and the Florida Highway Patrol to implement Executive Order 20-86. As a result, more than 8,000 traveler forms … Continue reading Forms – How a Good Idea Became a Disastrous Concept

The Socially Distant #ImageSoftLife

Hey, friends! For those of you who follow us on LinkedIn and Facebook, you know we take our commitment to fun very seriously. But, just like everyone else, #ImageSoftLife has looked quite different since practicing social distance. For 25 years, we’ve been razzing one another with playful banter across the office, swapping family pictures with … Continue reading The Socially Distant #ImageSoftLife

April 2020 Tech Talk for Government

Hello from the Hawk’s Nest!  Dave Hawkins, ImageSoft CEO This has always been my affectionate reference to my home, maybe even more so now that ‘home’ has taken on some unusual connotations in today’s world. What used to be a place solely of solitude, rest and family now doubles as home offices, classrooms and playgrounds. … Continue reading April 2020 Tech Talk for Government

April 2020 Tech Talk for Courts

Hello from the Hawk’s nest!  Dave Hawkins, ImageSoft CEO This has always been my affectionate reference to my home, maybe even more so now that ‘home’ has taken on some unusual connotations in today’s world. What used to be a place solely of solitude, rest and family now doubles as home offices, classrooms and, as … Continue reading April 2020 Tech Talk for Courts

The Evolution of the Workplace

Authored by Kevin Ledgister, ImageSoft’s Marketing Manager When September 11, 2001 occurred and all flights were grounded, it caused the banking world, still dependent on flying checks around the country to settle accounts, an ulcer. Of course, there had been some prior discussions in regard to sending electronic images, but this fateful day expedited those … Continue reading The Evolution of the Workplace

Our Purposes Know No Quarantine

How is your social distancing going? This is such a heavy time for our world. Everyone, everywhere is stressed not only by COVID-19, but also by isolation. Hugging our loved ones, eating with friends and visiting our neighbors were normal parts of everyday that we’ll surely never again take for granted. As difficult as it … Continue reading Our Purposes Know No Quarantine