Transparency in government is a key component of any free society, and U.S. law encourages government agencies to make records available to the public whenever possible.
As IT technology has advanced, digital audio recording also quickly emerged as an efficient and inexpensive solution for Federal, State and Local governments to make public meetings or hearings available for immediate distribution.
An IT infrastructure is made up of more than just computers and a network. It also includes numerous devices and peripherals that are important to day-to-day functionality. One such appliance is the Digital Audio Recorder. Selecting the right digital recording devices can have a significant impact on improving your organization’s daily workflow and productivity while lowering the cost of technical operation for recording, archiving and distributing digital audio files.
New hardware can be difficult to manage--particularly if that’s not where your specialty lies. Automatic setup features, intuitive operation, redundancy, pass-pin protection and convenient archival via your network are just a few of the groundbreaking advantages offered by Superscope’s PMR61 to protect against failed audio recordings. In order to meet the increasing demand for information and provide transparency backed up by audio recordings, you need a reliable, consistent recording process that anyone can operate and facilitate.
Today, we’ve become completely inundated with technology – much of this is inspired by the high volume of smart devices that created a public demand for the Digital Transformation of services. Considering all of the hi-tech noise, practical and affordable solutions that can provide for an organization’s smooth Digital Transformation can be very time consuming to identify.
As Superscope’s premium value-added reseller (VAR) in the DC area, Computerware has the right solutions and the expertise to help your organization easily capture hearings and open meetings - whether you’re transitioning from analog cassette tape to digital CD or want to leverage the convenience of USB flash drives and the archival of recorded files to a private or public server to provide recordings on demand.
To discuss your needs or to arrange a demonstration of Superscope’s new PMR61 digital audio recorder, call us today at (703) 821-8200. You’ll see how easy and inexpensive digital audio recording can be in the march towards Digital Transformation.