11AM PT, 2PM ET
In March, as the global pandemic hit the United States, court activity and proceedings were suspended throughout the country. But by leveraging the cloud, the New Jersey Court System has remained operational from day one – facilitating more than 35,000 court events with over 300,000 participants in just a little over two months.
Join Government Technology on July 7 at 11:00 a.m. Pacific/2 p.m. Eastern as we talk with Jack McCarthy, CIO of New Jersey Courts, about how the state’s judicial system was able to quickly pivot to virtual proceedings and keep pending cases moving to avoid huge backlogs.
Register now and find out:
- How the New Jersey Courts team rapidly built out capacity for VPN and virtual desktops and expanded their virtual courts from 40 to 240
- How they are using technology to allow litigants and attorneys to upload filings and pay fees online
- What New Jersey Courts has planned to handle next steps with social distancing and provide better services