Its utilisation has been extended to facilitate mediation and other official meetings among court officials. Lawyers can appear before a judge via tele/video conferencing even if they are not in the same station physically with the Judge. VCS also allow users to share documents, picture file, images, etc. among those in remote locations, which constitutes a very crucial feature for court hearings. VCS is also used in case management hearings in which lawyers 'appear' in Court from their offices. This is used mainly for non-contentious cases. The system won 1st Runner-up in the Federal Secretary's Award for innovation and Creativity in 2008 in Sarawak.
In 2020, under the e-Kehakiman Sabah and Sarawak (eKSS) Project, the VCS has been enchanced with more advanced features to cater the needs for more users and to integrate it with the new and emerging technologies. The new system called V-COSS (Video Conferencing for Sabah and Sarawak Courts) was lunched by The Right Honourable Dato' Abang Iskandar bin Abang Hashim, 10th Chief Judge of Sabah and Sarawak on February 26, 2021.