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City to buy surveillance cameras

The Rochester City Council authorized the purchase of a camera system for its new Overt Video Surveillance Project and approved a $100,000 bond issue to fund improvements to the police command center in the city’s public safety building on Exchange ...

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The problem with technology

Since the dawn of time, people have sought new ways to better society, improve the quality of life and work smarter without working harder. From the minds of great individuals came even greater inventions: The airplane (invented by the Wright ...

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Technology trends that make lawyers’ lives easier

I have written before about the risk of “technology malpractice” — violating the duty of care by failing to use technology effectively in your practice, so that you are perceived as willfully less competent than your peers. I’d like to ...

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E-mail makes the world go ‘round

So you just shelled out a couple thousand dollars for the latest Core Duo laptop with a Vista Business Premium operating system, a couple of gigabytes of memory, a few hundred gigabytes of hard drive space, a DVD burner, BlueTooth, ...

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What if an electronic image is as good as it gets≠

Recently, over a salad at lunchtime, a colleague asked me if I thought a decision, made on behalf of one of his clients, to maintain promissory notes solely in electronic format could present evidentiary issues in any litigation that might ...

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Monroe County Surrogate’s Court implements new computer system

Monroe County Surrogate’s Court has started the process of implementing an entirely new computer software case management system and has started the conversion of all of the data stored on the failing “CourtView” database to the new system. The transition ...

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Safe cyber surfing: A few pointers for your Internet safety

In larger offices, many online security issues are handled at the department level by information technology experts. In the smaller office, or for the home computer, there are many opportunities for viruses and hackers to attack. The following are some ...

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Monroe County Surrogate’s Court implements new computer system (10147)

Monroe County Surrogate’s Court has started the process of implementing an entirely new computer software case management system and has started the conversion of all of the data stored on the failing “CourtView” database to the new system. The transition ...

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Safe cyber surfing: A few pointers for your Internet safety (10149)

In larger offices, many online security issues are handled at the department level by information technology experts. In the smaller office, or for the home computer, there are many opportunities for viruses and hackers to attack. The following are some ...

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ABA Journal arms lawyers with tips on battling computer hackers

Computer crimes such as stealing credit card information and swiping intellectual property have become routine with the rise of hacking software that lets even the most novice hacker break into unprotected computer systems. Lawyers are not immune to these crimes. ...

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