29
Jun

Access to Justice Webinar: Operating Legal Services Offices in the Time of COVID

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On June 17th, New York’s Access to Justice Commission hosted a webinar for the managers and I.T. leaders of legal services offices, wherein they discussed how they are dealing with remote work options as they slowly return to a new normal. Panel: Lynn Kelly (City Bar Justice Center), Lillian Moy (Legal Aid Society of Northeastern […]

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01
May

CERT Issues Microsoft Office 365 Security Recommendations

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With the sudden surge in demand for remote work capabilities, and lot of firms have found themselves under pressure to roll out solutions under shortened time frames, often without necessary best practice planning, execution, and testing. As a result, some systems may go into place that have inherent security flaws that could lead to dire […]

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02
Apr

Sample Emergency Work from Home Policy

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This sample Emergency Work From Home (eWFH) policy is presented to Just-Tech clients and other legal services organizations to modify and use as necessary during this time.  Please note that this document contains language and provisions that may or may not apply to your organization, and should be adapted as necessary to fit your organization’s […]

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12
Sep

Now Hiring: Senior Network and Systems Engineer (Full-Time)

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About Us  Just-Tech is a growing technology firm with a wealth of experience providing IT strategy, system design, project implementation, training as well as ongoing management, and engineering and support services to legal aid, public interest and public defender organizations. Just-Tech is headquartered in New York with team members and clients located across the United […]

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01
Jul

ICANN Removes Pricing Cap on .Org Domain Names

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Via The Domain Name Wire: The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), ignoring consumer and industry feedback, has instituted a rule change that will remove pricing caps on domain name registrations processed through the Public Interest Registry – the organization that manages the traditionally non-profit .org domain. While it is currently  unclear if […]

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19
Jun

New Report Shows Civil Legal Aid is Securing Individual and Family Stability, Improving Lives

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From The Cleveland Plain Dealer: A new report released by The Center for Community Solutions shows how clients that obtained civil legal assistance in housing cases saw marked improvements instability in at least one of five main areas: financial, family, health, housing and education. The report is the result of a collaborative effort between The […]

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13
Feb

Now Hiring: Administrative Assistant (Full-Time)

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    About Us  Just-Tech is a growing technology firm with a wealth of experience providing IT strategy, system design, project implementation, training as well as ongoing management, and engineering and support services to private law firms, the legal aid, public interest and public defender communities, court systems and bar associations. Just-Tech is headquartered in […]

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29
Nov

Now Hiring: Technology Associates

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    About Us Just-Tech is a growing technology firm with a wealth of experience providing IT strategy, system design, project implementation, training as well as ongoing management, and engineering and support services to legal aid, public interest and public defender organizations. Just-Tech is headquartered in New York with team members and clients located across […]

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20
Jun

Widely used D-Link Modem/Router Under Attack

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Ars Technica is running a story on how the Sartori botnet has been actively targeting widely used D-Link DSL Internet modems in a effort to expand its infected base and likely launch new, and more sophisticated attacks against networks and devices. What makes the focus on D-Link notable is its position as one of the […]

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27
Mar

Facebook, Privacy, and What You Need to Know

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Last week, New Zealand student and technologist Dylan McKay downloaded his entire Facebook archive to see just how much data the company had harvested from. To his surprise, he discovered that not only had Facebook collected the identities of his friends and family from his address book, but that, for a short period between 2016 […]

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