Thursday, July 8, 2004
There is an excellent Computerworld magazine article posted titled "Getting to Done" by Paul Glen. This is a critical part of project management, to define success hopefully before you start your project. What is "done"? Are there degrees of "done"? If you can set achievable milestones for the project the court staff and judges can see that progress is being made. Read the article by clicking here.
In many courtrooms there is often a lack of space for personal computers. I have seen computers on top of and under the furniture taking up valuable table and more important, leg space. Hewlett Packard is introducing a new system call CCI for Consolidated Client Infrastructure that centralizes the PC's into rack storage "blades" with a thin-client workstation installed, in our case, in the courtroom. Read about this new system by clicking here.