Visitor Management System for government consists of systems like iLobby, Combi, iMindMap and several other customized systems. It aims to increase the efficiency of government by enhancing the productivity of visitors and citizens at their place of visit. Business intelligence report on Visitor Management System of Government classifies the market size, geographic landscape, income estimates, and visitor demographics in terms of numbers present in different states. The report also includes analysis of the state’s political and economic climate which impacts tourism. Visitor Management System is designed in such a way so that each government unit can have its own iLobby with customized search options for visitors.
iLobby is the first and the only iLobby platform that provide unique online iLobby experience for its government users. iLobby offers a fully-customized, internet-based interface for creating, managing and controlling iLobby accounts, including access control, profile administration, event registration, multi-point registration and multi-user access control. In addition to these features, the iLobby has several tools that facilitate in identifying weaknesses in site visibility and market share, measure and track visitor behavior and identify market trends. With iLobby, visitors and citizens have full control over certain key issues of public sector and businesses.
Visitor Management System for government market penetration involves predicting the number of visitors coming to a place during a forecast period and it is based on several factors. Most of the time, a visit can be predicted with some information about the characteristics of the place like it’s terrain, climate, proximity to airport or train station, entertainment facilities and other important landmarks. But in some cases like in covid-19 scenario where the number of people visiting the place could not be known in all certainty, statistical data is used to make an estimate. According to this way, iLobby finds out the number of persons who will come to the place during the forecast period with estimated probability. To make the forecast more accurate, a standard deviation of statistical estimates must be calculated.
Based on this formula, a model for making a prediction can be made. This process is also applied to generate output tables showing the value of each and every element for estimating the number of visitors coming to a place. For example, the factor ‘Market Share’ is used for calculating the percentage of total visitors coming during a forecast period in a government market to a particular destination. In addition to this, the same technique is used to generate output graphs for the various destinations within a market segment.
To make the whole process more effective, iLobby can be integrated with other systems. For instance, a visit log can be integrated with the database management system (DMS), web analytics software (WAS), enterprise system (ES) or social media monitoring (SMM). Based on this, the performance of iLobby and other visitor management software will definitely get better results. Another way to improve its performance is to make it compatible with other data sources. This is possible through data conversion. Information from customer service surveys, online reviews or supplier data can be used as the input into iLobby.
The final result of such a system is a successful and efficient office visitor management system. The whole process will be able to run smoothly if all the elements of the Visitor Management System are well-built and synchronized. iLobby offers a broad array of features to meet the requirements of any government office. In fact, it covers most of the parameters related to efficient office check-in and management. These features include site-specific check-ins, multi-site check-ins, reservation systems, reservation reminders, facility-based check-ins, phone check-ins, group checks, website-based check-ins, web-based check-ins and much more.
What is Managed IT Services? Managed IT services, also known as offshore IT, is an independent third-party service which offers infrastructure, software, and other supporting services to organizations. Or if they prefer the added expertise and advantages that outsourcing can offer. In short Managed IT is a group of services which can be contracted to provide the IT requirements to organizations. The main aim of the service is to support the organization’s IT requirements.
What is the different Managed IT Service Providers? When looking at the Managed it services brochure, you will see that there are various companies providing managed services. A few of these service providers specialize in specific segments of the IT industry. Some of these service providers are well-established firms, which have been around for quite some time, while others are relatively new companies that have started to provide the IT solutions for small and medium-sized enterprises. Some of the leading service providers to provide not only managed services but also web hosting, email hosting, systems integration, application development, desktop management, document management, system implementation, database management, and web site design.
So, what makes a managed IT services provider different from a third-party? For one thing, a managed service provider is accountable to the organizations that they service. Whereas third-party vendors are generally service-based organizations, managed service providers tend to be hardware vendors. This means that the managed service provider would take over the entire responsibility of managing the network, servers, desktop, email, and software components, thereby relieving the organizations from the worries and stress of maintaining and managing the systems themselves.
In addition to this, third-party vendors tend to have less expertise in the field. On the other hand, managed service providers have strong IT backgrounds and can offer a wide range of managed IT support services. They are capable of designing a managed architecture for organizations, which is a way of streamlining the business processes and implementing cost-efficient business procedures. The result of these procedures is usually impressive and can bring about significant improvements in the quality and efficiency of the services provided by the organizations. Some of the benefits of the cloud-based managed services are:
One advantage of cloud-based service providers is their ability to offer the same IT services which come at a lower price than what you would be required to pay when employing the services of third party vendors. Most of the service providers out there have established strong partnerships with some of the leading IT vendors in the market, thereby allowing them to offer their managed services at a discounted price. It also helps the organization to save on operational expenses since the service provider would be providing the hardware, the software, and the networking infrastructure as well, for a fraction of the cost that you would be required to pay to another entity. There are numerous service providers in the market, offering managed services at varying rates. You need to conduct a thorough research to find out who among them offer the most affordable services.
Lastly, while choosing a managed service provider, make sure that you consider the value they can add to your organization. This is especially important if you intend to outsource the services that require expertise in a particular technical area. Make sure that the service provider you are hiring possesses the expertise in the IT field. If the provider does not possess any expertise in the IT field, you might end up spending more money on the services you would have required anyway.
Le panel intitulé « La production électronique: 1 réalité, 3 modèles » sera l’opportunité pour les participants de prendre connaissance des systèmes de dépôt électronique présentement offerts par la Cour fédérale, ainsi que par la Cour canadienne de l’impôt. Ce sera également l’occasion de présenter les efforts mis de l’avant par le ministère de la Justice du Québec pour profiter des développements technologiques en matière de cyberjustice. Il s’agira de fournir un regard critique sur ces différentes initiatives afin d’exposer les avantages et inconvénients de celles-ci. Ce panel sera par ailleurs l’occasion d’offrir des pistes de réflexion sur le futur de ces technologies : où se dirige la cyberjustice au Québec? Comme l’exposeront les panélistes, la réponse à cette question devra passer par une étude des contextes législatif et social, tant au niveau provincial que fédéral.
Le cybercrime évolue à un rythme d’enfer en s’adaptant aux nouvelles réalités technologiques. Cette présentation examinera dans un premier temps, les tendances en matière de criminalité informatique en portant une attention particulière aux impacts multijuridictionnels. À travers des exemples concrets, les participants découvriront les diverses facettes de la cybercriminalité allant des menaces émergentes aux profits de la cybercriminalité.
Peu importe le cybercrime, la recherche et l’obtention de preuves pour l’établir impliqueront presque inéluctablement une composante internationale. Les organismes d’application de la loi et les procureurs de la poursuite devront dans bien des cas utiliser les mécanismes d’entraide prévus aux différents accords, traités ou conventions pour arriver à leurs fins. Cette présentation traitera donc dans un deuxième temps, des divers instruments internationaux pertinents aux cyberenquêtes effectuées du Canada vers l’étranger et de l’étranger vers le Canada. À la fin de cette présentation, les participants seront en mesure d’identifier ces instruments internationaux et d’en comprendre leur application et leurs limites.
Alors que de plus en plus d’activités sont menées sur Internet, l’utilisation tant à bon qu’à mauvais escient des registres WHOIS, lesquels contiennent les informations publiquement accessibles à propos des noms de domaine enregistrés, s’accroit. Au cours de cette séance, Marcel Naud présente quelques outils et techniques présentement disponibles pour extraire le plus de renseignements possible à partir des recherches dans les registres WHOIS pour les noms de domaine comportant un domaine de tête générique (gTLD). Eric Macramalla will then present his insights on issues related to registration, use and misuse of .ca domain names, including an outlook of CIRA’s new WHOIS Policy, which significantly limits public availability of information regarding individual Registrants of .ca domain names. Participants who attend this session will extend their understanding of WHOIS directories, of the rationale behind restrictions on public access to WHOIS data and of their consequences
Litigators across Canada and around the world have begun to respond to high profile cases involving the preservation, collection, review and production of electronically stored information (“ESI”). New and emerging rules, standards and guidelines are having a dramatic impact on lawyers as they prepare for discoveries and trial.
This is a high risk area for corporations and law firms: if electronic discovery is not handled correctly and in a legally defensible manner, the consequences for both lawyer and client could be severe.
In this panel presentation, two lawyers with years of experience as legal consultants in electronic discovery will explain and demonstrate the key concepts of electronic discovery; will provide an update on the current status of practice guidelines applicable in Quebec (such as the Sedona Canada Principles), and will outline the many ways in which electronic discovery is important not just for litigators but for lawyers in virtually every area of practice.
[Cette conférence sera en anglais et en français]
Au cours de cette présentation, les participants se verront offrir une séance pratique visant à démontrer les bénéfices liés à l’utilisation des systèmes de support informatique de litige. Cette présentation permettra aux participants de se familiariser avec les principales fonctions du système Summation et de bénéficier de l’expérience d’un juriste utilisateur, de même que des conseils de fournisseurs de services de support informatique de litige.
Étude des différentes questions qui se posent lors de la négociation d’un contrat de licence d’un logiciel. La conférencière fera part de ses expériences de négociation et de ce qui est standard dans le marché.
Outils collaboratifs pour avocats (Bridging the Gap: Collaborative Technologies that Bring Lawyers and Clients Together)
Advances in collaborative software have created an unprecedented opportunity for lawyers to connect with their clients and to improve the quality and efficiency of their relationships. This seminar will provide a comprehensive review of the best collaborative software for lawyers, offer an in-depth study of the successful use of extranets at a major national law firm, and sketch out current and future applications of collaborative technology that hold the potential of revolutionizing the lawyerclient relationship itself.
Me Dan Pinnington, Directeur de practicePRO, Lawyers’ Professional Indemnity Company
M. Jordan Robert Furlong, Rédacteur en chef du magazine National de l’Association du Barreau Canadien
M. Jason Mervyn, Directeur, Solutions d’affaires IT, Gowlings