NY Disaster Response Webinar- Technology Policies: Before You Start Cooking, Have a Recipe - Shared screen with speaker view
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Glenn Baum The Legal Aid Bureau of Buffalo, Inc.
john greiner from just-tech
Scott Rosenberg, The Legal Aid Society, New York City
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Russell Fox Legal Aid Bureau of Buffalo
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Lisa Zayas, NYS Unified Court System Office for Justice Initiatives
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That was a great discussion.
Thank you again to our panelists!
So, Stephen and Mary are saying that a policy for using real time staff communications tools is one thing.
I believe that the presenters for next week are on this call so please speak up for what you’d like to hear next week.
Keep the ideas coming…
I've been asked for policies on when to use Teams chat vs email too!
John Greiner and Anna Steele of Just-Tech will present Technology Policies Part 2 on May 20th.
Months before COVID-19, I had proposed to my organization that we should create an intranet to make posting certain announcements and finding information easier. After COVID-19, I built it out and after doing research created a flow chart of what kinds of communications should and shouldn't be posted to our intranet: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ijw6uX6w-Z_vLysLYYuqPKXKtulR5-lh/view?usp=sharing
If there is a subdiscussion somewhere concerning Microsoft Teams, I'd love to be in on that. Legal Action Center has also started using Teams since the start of the crisis. It's been a great tool, but we're not using it to its fullest.
Maybe we need a NYS Teams group?
A Teams group would be helpful.
Thanks Brent and Mary.
Ben that doc is great!
Indeed--really clear, Ben.
Thanks for the great presentation.