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Ways Latest Technologies Help Mitigate Effects of the Pandemic

By Danielle Chazen

The COVID-19 pandemic has left an indelible mark on business as we know it. Prior to the pandemic, digital transformation and innovation were reinventing nearly every industry and new tools and processes were taking form with the implementation of more technology. Now, business leaders have been faced with the need to operate remotely for the foreseeable future. A report from…
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Digital Court Reporting: Getting Practical & Tactical

By Danielle Chazen

Digital has become a common and integral piece of the legal proceedings conversation. Professionals are looking to become more well versed and educated about existing tools and the realm of digital capabilities. From how to best conduct legal proceedings digitally to how to achieve strong audio to generate the best possible transcript, legal professionals, including those at legal agencies, attorneys…
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The School Reopening Process & Different Stakeholder Concerns

By Danielle Chazen

While some issues are common across the board as schools reopen and classes begin in hybrid and fully remote settings, professionals in the K-12 sphere are tasked with addressing different challenges. Tomorrow, we are hosting a webinar, K-12: Back In Session, to address all of these individual concerns and encourage you to join your peers there live. We’ve recruited CEO…
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The CEO Perspective: Tackling Court Reporting Concerns & Investments

By Danielle Chazen

After news that an LA-based court reporting startup, Steno, closed a $3.5 million seed round led by First Round Capital recently, industry beat reporters from Legaltech News and others reached out to Tom Livne, CEO and Co-Founder of Verbit for his thoughts.  As the court reporting marketing shifts and evolves with more remote depositions being executed, greater investments are occurring.…
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The Rising Trend of Artificial Intelligence in Business

By Danielle Chazen

The term ‘Artificial Intelligence’ often trips up business leaders in industries which don’t intersect directly with technology. It can invoke images of robots and feelings of machines stealing the jobs of humans. The reality is that AI can help to make their professional and personal lives run more smoothly by removing a lot of the tasks which were previously done…
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K-12 Goes Back: Here’s What We’re Seeing

By Danielle Chazen

Now that Labor Day weekend has ended, many students are heading back to the classroom today. When referring to the reopening process, Vermont Gov. Phil Scott noted Friday, “there is no playbook for this.” There’s a great deal of uncertainty from school leadership, individual instructors, students and their parents on how to best handle the fall learning experience. While many…
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This Week in Media Industry News & Updates

By Danielle Chazen

The media industry is surely made up of movers and shakers who are used to a fast-paced environment and a continuously evolving landscape. This week presents new rulings relevant to all media industry professionals, particularly those concerned with meeting FCC guidelines and those working on UK-based shoots. UK Media Production Fund Approved In the UK, a new fund was approved…
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Leading Panelists Confirmed for Live ‘K-12: Back In Session’ Event

By Danielle Chazen

In our conversations with K-12 school leadership, we’ve been hearing that a top challenge K-12 schools are facing is helping to put parents at ease. Many parents don’t feel equipped to help facilitate virtual learning for their children. Working parents are also presented with a bandwidth issue; they need to perform their daily work responsibilities, while also ensuring their kids…
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AI Technology in Legal Industry – Tools & Software that Make a Difference

By Danielle Chazen

There has been a significant shift in the legal industry as of late. The ability to implement more technology into legal processes is helping to ensure the justice system stays on track despite the need to social distance. Technology is opening up court reporting and transcription outside of local geographic areas, leaving potential for increased competition and changes in the…
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