Because litigation testimony is an important element in the discovery process and can be complex by nature, utilizing new technologies is very valuable.
Not every court reporting agency provides deposition management tools for their clients. But that is one of our main goals, so that your trial preparation process goes smoothly.
As technology continues to evolve quickly, we are constantly improving upon our systems, to help you manage your court reporting planning and details. Please let us know of ways that we can further improve our technologies or services to your practice’s benefit.
For Your Clients: Examining the Four Areas of Business Social Networking Risk
By Jeff Sizemore, Forsythe Solutions Group, Inc.
Social media is now as common as a cup of coffee. Millions of people each day visit Facebook or Twitter, or spend their time blogging or “wiki-ing” (if that’s really even a word!). If those people, however, are your employees, you have to take it seriously.
According to the Nielsen Company, business social networking is becoming one of the predominant ways that people interact and communicate with one another professionally. In February 2009, social networking sites eclipsed personal e-mail in global reach.
While social media can be a good communication tool, there are obvious concerns and risks for corporations whose employees use it. Siphoning precious bandwidth is one concern, which can happen when a large number of employees are sharing the latest YouTube video. However, there are higher risks to be concerned with, which include or could result in cyber security data breaches and costly downtime. Over 65% of these security concerns are associated with botnet and malware which are linked to Web 2.0 technologies. Social media sites use Web 2.0 technology to allow users to create live content.