Law Technology News readers like I-DEP
Magazine reports its response-card tally puts I-DEP in Top 20
I-DEP placed prominently in Law Technology News' annual assessment
of Reader Response cards. According to a report in the magazine's December
2000 edition, its readers this past year were interested in information
on Internet-based tools and technologies and voice recognition. "There
was a lot of buzz at Chicago's ABA Techshow 2000 about a home-grown product
from I-DEP, LLC," the magazine declared. I-DEP 1.0 was previewed at the March 2000 show.
"We were overwhelmed by the positive response to our service,"
said Jay M. Jackson, I-DEP president and CEO. "And, of course, we're
encouraged and flattered that Law Technology News readers recognize
the incredible economic and tactical advantages our service provides."
Mr. Jackson noted, however, that I-DEP is continuing to push the legal
technology envelope. "We'll be introducing I-DEP version 2.0 at the
New York LegalTech show Jan. 29-31. As always, the same call that schedules
your regular deposition can now get you full video, two-way audio, real-time
transcript and a built-in chat feature that allows discreet communication
with off-site and on-site participants, broadcast to any online computer
in the world. Live, as it happens, with no special hardware or software
required. Our revolutionary approach allows you, a colleague or a client
to participate in a deposition occurring thousands of miles away - without
leaving your desk, your home or your hotel room."
Mr. Jackson said that based on user feedback, I-DEP has added a number of new features to version 2.0:
I-DEP Depositions on DemandSM - review your I-DEP deposition anytime, anywhere.
Annotation capabilities allowing user to query, highlight text and add notes.
Keyword search of both transcript and video.
Video and transcript automatically synchronized during live a I-DEP Internet Deposition at no additional charge.
Unmatched security and reliability.
"Instant Edit" capabilities with output capability to CD-ROM.
Here's the complete list of products recognized by Law Technology News:
Dragon NaturallySpeaking Legal Studio 4.0 legal-specific voice-recognition software
lexisONE Web site
CourtLink Web site
"PowerPoint for Litigators" book
WestWorks research and practice management suite
Legal People CD-ROM training system
"Lawyer's Guide to Spreadsheets: How to Master Excel in Eight Easy Lessons" book
Summation Blaze litigation support software
L & H Voice Xpress 5.0 voice-recognition software
myCIO.com infrastructure application service provider
LawCommerce.com electronic marketplace offering technology and communications services
Corel Linux OS operation system
I-DEP live Internet depositions
Palm handheld computer
Timeslips 10 time and expense services with customized billing
Stowaway keyboard for Palm and Visor
"Access At Law" book and CD set to help firm maximize use of Microsoft Access
"Word 2000 for Law Firms" book
Time Matters 3.0 time-management application with e-mail, tracking, etc.
Interaction Time & Billing collaborative integration tool