This case study demonstrates the design suggested for modern court technology systems. The design and implementation of the new system prepares the court to serve the public and law enforcement needs continuity of essential court functions when the need arises. Lessons learned from natural disasters, cyber-attacks, and acts of terror have greatly influenced the resiliency and security of the new system. Consideration of multiple factors including: loss of power, domicile, security, and any potential disruption of service continuity will also be explored.