With records that stretch back for decades, especially in larger cities, there just comes a point where the space to store it all simply runs out. So what do you do then? Donnita Weeks, senior systems analyst for the City of Bowling Green, Kentucky, is taking us through the steps of her city's digital decluttering - … Continue reading Episode 025: Eliminating the Junk from Government Records with Donnita Weeks, City of Bowling Green
When time is of the essence - as it often is within the prosecutor's office - it's never been more true that some requests just can't wait for the delays that paper creates. In this episode, Guy Sweet, assistant prosecuting attorning for Ingham County, Michigan, shares his perspective on the impact paperless solutions have made for … Continue reading Episode 023: The Paperless Prosecutor’s Office with Guy Sweet
The National Association for Court Management's (NACM) annual conference is one of the most-anticipated events each year for the justice community...and this year, we have an all-star team on stage discussing court technology! Listen in on this lively conversation between Brad Smith, ImageSoft's senior justice consultant; Ben Martin of Mentis Technology Solutions; and Dan Willis, Trial Court Administrator … Continue reading Episode 019: Connecting the Court at NACM’s Annual Conference
With so much random video being captured and created, accessing, sharing, and storing a video for access by multiple parties can be difficult, especially in terms of getting the video into a format that is easily used by all parties in a case. How can technology help improve this access for all members of the justice … Continue reading Episode 15: Multi-Media Evidence Management
The demands of the modern court system are multifaceted: Besides maintaining ongoing communication and access to records between the various courts, the public also expects convenient and even real-time access to information. For a court system still heavily reliant on paper-based systems, this can place quite a strain on court staff, and quickly create frustration … Continue reading Bonus Episode: All About CaseShare with Scott Bade
Technology makes our lives easier in many different ways...but can it help keep us safer, too? In this episode, Kevin Bowling, current chairperson of the Global Advisory Committee, takes us through the purpose and goals of the Global Justice Information Sharing Initiative and how it benefits state and federal agencies throughout the U.S. Check out … Continue reading Episode 11: Understanding the Goals of the Global Justice Information Sharing Initiative with Kevin Bowling
eCourts is the can’t-miss event for the justice community, and the ImageSoft team has been a regular attendee for years. So what made eCourts 2018 particularly exciting? In this episode, ImageSoft President Scott Bade talks about the hot-button topics that were the talk of the conference, from the Component Model and online dispute resolution (ODR), … Continue reading Episode 007: How eCourts Inspired Us
Digitizing the contemporary court space can seem like a colossal task - but the reality is that courts around the country are going paperless every day. So what does it mean for a court to truly be paperless...and even then, how do you get there? Brad Smith, Senior Justice Consultant for ImageSoft, answers these questions and more, putting your paperless jitters to rest once and for all.
Jesse Rutledge, Vice President of External Affairs for the National Center for State Courts (NCSC), joins us to talk about eCourts 2018, its purpose, how it has evolved over the years and how attendees can benefit from attending.
For years, ImageSoft has been delivering on the promises of the Component Model even before it was written. Listen to Therese Murphy, from Yakima County District Court, discuss how they implemented eFiling and while keeping their case management system and how the integrated workflow dramatically improved their court processes.