Courts’ growing use of technology, spurred in no small part by pandemic-forced remote legal proceedings, is creating a mountain of digital information.
For court technology officers (CTO) and information officers around the country, figuring out where to store that data and how to organize it is fast becoming a chief concern as digital evidence shows no signs of slowing down.
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