Professionals in the judicial system, including court administrators, lawyers, and judges, have had to figure out in a matter of days how to deliver services online that they have been providing face-to-face for many decades.
The hunt for legal data doesn’t need to be long or painful. With the right people, processes and technology, agencies be quicker and more efficient.
They are saving lives and making life more manageable during these trying times. Here are just some of the many unexpected ways government employees are doing all they can for communities.
Is it “on-premise” or “on-premises?”
Since millions of people around the world turn to Cornerstone for continued learning, we wanted to use our tools to help the community during this crisis.
Eventually, agencies must confront a hard truth about their legacy mainframe environments: While reliable, stable platforms, they’re not exactly innovative.
Cloud can weave a rich data fabric for agencies, which works across clouds and on-premise data, and can help agencies understand their data.
The Oregon Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) Virtual Highway Corridor (VHC) Project has integrated data sources from across the agency and made them available through an internal web portal to provide a comprehensive snapshot to improve efficiency, safety, and accuracy. Read how it was done.
Technological improvements over the last 30 years have lead to more efficient operations in the public sector. However, public sector leaders must recognize that productivity enhancement efforts alone do not lead to improved service quality.
XR could be a game-changer in the workplace for everyone—and specifically the one in four U.S. adults living with a disability. But, there’s a caveat. For XR to make good on its promises, it’s essential that it’s designed to be accessible.