Like in years past, people are trying to become more efficient in the workplace, and the evidence-based market is no different. With the proliferation of the recorded word, the need for accurate, reliable and secure electronic documentation is evident. Transcripts create a written record that if used correctly can be a powerful tool to evidence- based industries.
In the evolving insurance landscape, insurers recognize that innovation is the key requirement to secure relevance in the marketplace and to increase market share. Moreover, meeting the needs of clients in a positive, personalized manner by creating simplified processes, faster claims, and convenience is more critical than ever.
Prior to COVID-19 not many courts and law offices had a plan for how to handle remote hearings. Fortunately, remote hearings provide the courts an efficient way to move through the massive backlog of cases that have accumulated due to varying restrictions. Since the shift, however, one of the biggest pain points is audio quality and the lack of the ability to hear specific phrases in a remote setting. The issue results in low-quality transcriptions and lack of confidence in the process.
Police Chief Magazine recently published an article discussing how artificial intelligence is shaping Law Enforcement. VIQ Solutions’ Transcription Services and MobileMic Pro™, along with other innovative capture solutions, reduce officers’ time in the office so they can spend more time serving their communities.
With the overwhelming number of transcription providers available on the internet, the task of selecting the provider that is right for you can seem daunting. If your goal is an on-time, high-quality transcript, processed and delivered in a secure manner, the following list of Do’s and Don’ts will help.
From the legal industry to law enforcement and insurance, 2020 has proved that adopting modern technologies has been necessary to maintain business operations and deliver efficiencies. With the unprecedented effects of Covid-19 on in-person litigation, and the harmful effects of natural disasters increasing insurance claims, 2020 has changed the way many industries do business.
Over the past several decades, criminal justice and law enforcement agencies have implemented an array of technological advancements to improve operational efficiency and outcomes– especially in times of diminished resources and enhanced public attention on, and scrutiny of, law enforcement activity.
All reputable and reliable transcription service providers look to provide accuracy and security while streamlining internal processes. With professionals such as prosecutors, public defenders, private attorneys, insurance adjusters and police departments relying on your services it’s pertinent to have an A+ game plan.
The word “Halloween” is a mashup of two words, “hallows” and “eve.” In 1785, Scottish poet Robert Burns wrote a poem, “Halloween,” which helped popularize the name for the Celtic tradition. More than 200 years later, the Halloween of days’ past looks completely different from the holiday around the corner. Even still, one fact is timeless—Halloween originated from a tradition of human storytelling that gives rise to the innovation economy that exists today. Every year, human technology advances faster, and with 2021 around the corner, we live in a world in which robots, artificial intelligence, social networks, and digital art are part of everyday existence. The Halloween party of the future is already here.
Law Enforcement and Justice, like most Government bodies, are subject to IT compliance requirements. One of the most prevalent is Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Security Policy. CJIS is the largest division of the FBI, and comprises several departments, including the National Crime Information Center (NCIC), Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (IAFIS) and the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS).