By Kevin Ledgister, Marketing Manager, ImageSoft I’ll admit that sometimes I like to watch cheesy, B movies from the SyFy channel. Most of them follow the same script – some greedy corporation or government scientists make a mistake and suddenly we have oversized snakes, sharks, or some other creepifying animal terrorizing an island or a … Continue reading 6 Ways ECM Can Help Government Overcome Challenges – Part 2
Many CMS systems come with some form of a “bucket” that holds documents that can be attached to a case file. These folders of attached case file documents are a great resource when looking at a specific case. However, they leave a lot of the real value contained within and about the documents themselves. An … Continue reading Going Beyond your CMS with ECM
This is Part 10 of 10 in the eFiling Blog Series, check out Part 9 here. To conclude this eFiling series, let's look back at a few pieces posted in the past that dealt with the enhancement of both the audit trail and the control over confidentiality offered by eFiling. Audit Trail One of the … Continue reading eFiling: Audit Trail and Confidentiality
This is Part 5 of 10 in the eFiling Blog Series, check out Part 4. An image I use to describe eFiling without automated workflow is Fred Flintstone's car: it looks automated; but somehow the driver is still doing all the work. From the filer's perspective, once a document is filed, electronically or otherwise, the … Continue reading Workflow – The Life of a Document After Review
As court implementations of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems move past installation and into maturity in their lifecycles, the "Give A Mouse A Cookie" syndrome gets stronger and stronger. That’s because as a robust ECM system with configurable workflow can do so much more, we feel entitled to EXPECT it to do more. Today, let's … Continue reading When E.T. Can’t Phone Home
In the interest of full disclosure, let me say, up front, that I believe both ends of the Court Document Retention discussion will be laid to rest and ultimately forgotten over the next five to 10 years, if not sooner. By "both ends" I mean, first, the question of "In what medium (paper, microfiche, or … Continue reading Court Document Retention
One of the classic urban legends of golf goes like this: An amateur once asked, I believe, Ben Hogan, "How can I increase my percentage of one-putts?" To which Hogan famously replied, "Hit your approach shot close to the hole." With that broad hint, consider the following trick question: Question: What is the best strategy for … Continue reading Channeling Ben Hogan: How eFiling Helps Improve Court Data Entry
In elementary school, my daughter had to write about our family. She had little trouble explaining what her mom did: "My Mom is a Legal Secretary." I presented a bit more of a problem, to say the least. She wrote, "I'm not sure what my Dad does, but he works with computers. He used to … Continue reading What the Heck IS ECM?