Project ensures historical records will endure

By Peggy Blackburn, Managing Editor – The Wetumpka Herald – thewetumpkaherald.com Every county’s probate office is charged with the task of preserving public records and making those available for citizens to view. Those records include deeds, mortgages, military discharges, marriage licenses, newspapers and more — all of the details that give shape and substance to the people and places involved.... Read More

MCAA & Syscon – Working Together

Syscon and the Mississippi Court Administrators’ Directory Once again, Syscon has worked in coordination with the Mississippi Court Administrators’ Association in the production and delivery of the Mississippi Court Administrators’ Directory. As a part of the Green initiative at Syscon, the directories were distributed on mini-CDs to the Administrators, eliminating over 6200 sheets of paper. Our thanks to Frances Ashley for her... Read More

Disaster-Proofing It After Katrina

Syscon worked with Gulfport Municipal Court to prevent another disaster.  This efforts resulted in an article being published in Baseline Magazine (March/April 2010) Disaster-Proofing It After Katrina After hurricane Katrina destroyed numerous court documents, Gulfport Municipal court streamlined its infrastructure, invested in a digital imaging solution, integrated three databases adn stored data in multiple sites to prevent such a disastrous... Read More

Suwanee with state’s first ‘paperless’ court

Published on: AccessNorthGa.com December 21, 2010 By Jerry Gunn – Staff  SUWANEE – The City of Suwanee has the first ‘paperless’ court in the state of Georgia; Recognition came Tuesday night during the city’s final meeting for 2010. Suwanee’s court drew the Program of the Year award from the Georgia Council of Court Administrators and President Marla Moore said it was... Read More