March 2020 Tech Talk for Government

James Leneschmidt, CTO, ImageSoft Right now, I think it’s safe to say we’re all in the same boat and thankful for the technology that has our back. Staying home and distant from our loved ones is difficult but, through video chats, phones, social media and more, we’ve found some temporary relief.   Based on the … Continue reading March 2020 Tech Talk for Government

Hey, Departments of Insurance – This One’s For you

Did you know TEDxTalks has a stream of episodes focused on insurance? In today’s world of upward mobility and indebted millennials who can’t always afford (and consequently forgo) traditional insurance, accessibility, niche coverage and streamlined service are the top traits for competitive insurance agencies. Thanks to apps and automation, insurers are now becoming equipped and … Continue reading Hey, Departments of Insurance – This One’s For you

February 2020 Tech Talk for Government

How to Win a Superbowl  We just wrapped up one of my favorite national holidays.   Paul Gorman, ImageSoft Superbowl, where we gather to watch the culmination of a season of football and playoff games, leaves two teams to determine who is going to be the nation’s football champion. Andy Reid, coach of the Kansas City Chiefs, stated that the entire organization, past … Continue reading February 2020 Tech Talk for Government

Disaster Recovery? Keep Your Strategy in the Clouds.

It’s a warm and sunny afternoon in middle of May. A young couple is beaming as they walk out of their city clerk’s office after having just applied for their marriage license. They pass by a new mom, strolling her baby inside to pick up copies of his birth certificate. Behind her stands a young … Continue reading Disaster Recovery? Keep Your Strategy in the Clouds.

Experience: The Sale of the Century

Near Miami, Florida stands a nine-story, double-chute tower slide that corkscrews adults and children down 93 feet.   Any guesses on where you could “slide” into line for this ride of a lifetime? Hint: it’s not Disney. A recent New York Times article featured the thriving Aventura Mall, home of the nine-story slide, to headline a story about the dying in-person shopping phenomenon.  Almost in the … Continue reading Experience: The Sale of the Century

January 2020 Tech Talk for Government

Is it just me, or does anyone else think of “20-20” vision when they say “2020”?  With not only a fresh year ahead but an entirely new decade, I want to ensure my vision for the future is clear and my hindsight is truly 20-20. Sometimes, though, that proves difficult. I don’t know about you, … Continue reading January 2020 Tech Talk for Government

Once Upon a Time in SoHo, London: Eradicating Cholera and the Story of GIS

Authored by Paul Gorman, ImageSoft Account Executive The Most Famous Person You’ve Never Heard Of  Dr. John Snow was born March 15, 1813, in the City of York, in the United Kingdom. Dr. John Snow is the most famous person you have never heard of.  He was an innovator and inventor of anesthesia, advocating for chloroform instead of ether, but he is most famous for eradicating the Cholera … Continue reading Once Upon a Time in SoHo, London: Eradicating Cholera and the Story of GIS

The Value of a Signature Solution. eSignature, That Is.

Authored by Paul Gorman, ImageSoft Account Executive  There are not many IT activities as pointless as making a process ‘paperless’ and then, at the end of the process, still printing a document so that you can get a wet signature on the paper.  The benefits of paperless technology are to avoid time delays and the … Continue reading The Value of a Signature Solution. eSignature, That Is.

The First Information Management System

Authored by Paul Gorman, Account Executive, ImageSoft  While preparing a demonstration for a prospective client, I was researching the history of paper.  Dealing with paper and the effects it has on our ability to share information in modern business environments, such as in my experiences with government and especially Departments of Transportation, has consumed my … Continue reading The First Information Management System

So Long to Silos “DOT-ing” the Landscape

Authored by Paul Gorman, Account Executive, ImageSoft  The first modern silo, a wooden and upright one filled with grain, was invented and built in 1873 by Fred Hatch of McHenry County, Illinois.  Farm silos are designed to store silages and high-moisture grains that are used to feed livestock.  The primary function of a silo is … Continue reading So Long to Silos “DOT-ing” the Landscape