“I Love to Climb a Mountain and Reach the Highest Peak”

But it doesn’t thrill us half as much as talking feet-to-feet. With summer finally upon us and the Coronavirus pandemic scaling back, so many of us are thrilled to be able to, again, hug our loved ones, BBQ in small gatherings and head back into the world. Maybe you’ll even find yourself dancing cheek-to-cheek! While … Continue reading “I Love to Climb a Mountain and Reach the Highest Peak”

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

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

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

Episode 034: Working in a Mobile World

Policy and Capacity – the two-pronged approach to a successfully mobile workplace. As organizations (and even court systems) progress toward remote-friendly environments, understanding how to achieve leadership's support and internally equip staff with the means to sustain (dare we say, increase?) productivity is the foundational first step. Thanks to our forward-thinking and innovative Tech Support … Continue reading Episode 034: Working in a Mobile World

Getting by with a Little Help from our RPA Friends

For a moment, think back to your childhood. Remember when you would go to school and come home to your laundry cleaned and folded, dishes put away, fridge re-stocked, etc.? In our early years, we take those favors for granted. Until, on one grim day, we’re old enough to do these tasks ourselves and our … Continue reading Getting by with a Little Help from our RPA Friends

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

Continuing the “Magic”

The magic quadrant, that is.   When you’ve been in partnership with another organization for more than 20 years, it’s reasonable to assume you know a lot about each other. You grow to expect certain things, like private Third Eye Blind performances at customer events and presentations around Swiss Army Knives.   And then there are things … Continue reading Continuing the “Magic”

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