Posts Tagged ‘Virtual Appearances’

Courts Struggle to Cut Costs: VCourt Saves Money

Posted on: March 8th, 2016 by Max Valerio No Comments

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Courts all over the country are in fiscal pain, doubling down on staff after cuts, cutting hours, and sometimes even closing courthouses.  (more…)

Biometrics: Privacy and the Law

Posted on: September 23rd, 2015 by Max Valerio No Comments


In March, here in California, an attempt by the California Department of Justice to automatically use and share biometrics (facial recognition technology) on photos taken at the DMV was stopped before it could start.   (more…)

How are Virtual Appearances Changing the Courtroom?

Posted on: September 9th, 2015 by Max Valerio No Comments


In these uncertain times, courts are having to make budget cuts. The necessity to cut costs requires a close ongoing assessment of both routine as well as incidental expenses.  Many court procedures and expenses are under scrutiny; efficiency is valued as never before.  (more…)

UC or Unified Communications – What’s the Fuss About?

Posted on: November 18th, 2014 by Max Valerio No Comments

stock-photo-25061883-business-dog-on-the-phone   In an age when choice is ubiquitous and nothing feels entirely certain, when unifying principles appear outdated or at least, unclear – why has the idea of UC or Unified Communications become such a bellwether for technological innovation? (more…)

V-Court — Virtual Appearances Transform the Court Room

Posted on: September 19th, 2014 by Max Valerio No Comments

lawyer court good v court shutterstock_2838867Even as courts all over the country are facing unprecedented fiscal pressures, technology is transforming the way that justice is administered.   Here at streamWrite we want to ease the pressure and advance solutions through automating processes for courts with our Justice Portals.   (more…)