It’s a fact: in order to remain successful in the court reporting industry today, you have to be well-versed and comfortable with technology. It’s not enough to just provide stenographic services anymore, you have to deliver remote participation solutions on top of everything else too.
As technology continues to proliferate the court reporting market, more and more attorneys prefer to attend depositions remotely to save money, time, and convenience. With this proliferation comes new responsibilities – and challenges – for court reporters to satisfy their clients.
As court reporters, we’re sure you’re familiar with the concept of remote participation. This is something that Remote Counsel focuses heavily on: How can your clients participate in events if they can’t be there? Is there a significant difference in experience? What technology is available?
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We don’t need to tell you that technological advances are difficult to keep up with. After all, chances are you have purchased a smartphone in the past ten years.
Think about the last time you upgraded your phone. You rushed to the store, eagerly awaiting the latest and most coveted phone on the market, knowing that you would be able to enjoy a few months of “smartphone supremacy.”