The Simplest Solution is Usually the Correct One, Right?
Everyone has heard of Occum’s Razor, the principle that the simplest solution is usually the correct one. But if you are looking for everyday applications of this principle, it might not be so easy to find. Especially if you work with technology, which you do most likely if you work in the 21st century.
Specifically, if you work the field of forensics, investigating crime and documenting your data on electronic devices. In our world of virtual solutions, one solution that is neither simple nor correct, is the one that chooses the proprietary recording device to support an investigation.
Why then do so many law enforcement agencies rely on equipment that does not achieve the simplicity principle when it comes to capturing audio and video during witiness interviews?
iRecord’s systems provide the simplest, most comprehensive solution on the market in digital video interrogation systems. One of the best features about iRecord is that you never have to worry about what will happen if technology changes or how you will share, convert or save your files; files are readable, downloadable and sendable–and you don’t have to be a computer expert to use or understand it’s easy-to-operate instructions for management.