sponsored by Hewlett-Packard Limited
Premiered:  Oct 22, 2013
Format:  Video
Type:  Webcast
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

One of the largest influxes of paper data on the planet comes from court cases. To get an idea, the county of San Diego receives over one-million pieces of paper yearly and they had to sort through this mess by hand.

Thankfully, HP engineered the Juvenile Electronic Library System (JELS) to turn the mass amount of data into actionable information that can be pulled from a database within seconds and accordingly, has saved the county of San Diego from huge labor costs. 






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