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Already Tried: Proposal to Solo Practitioner or Head of Firm For your Midterm Project, you will draw upon what you have learned so far in this course. Recall back to Unit 2, where you developed guidelines for ensuring network security in your office. In Unit 3, you summarized the ethical issues and professional obligations inherent in using electronic communications. For your Midterm Project, imagine once again that you are a paralegal working in a small law office or for a sole practitioner. For your managing attorney, you will draft a proposal outlining the necessary hardware and software your firm will need. Include in your proposal recommended security protocols for data, internet, and electronic communications. Your proposal should include two sections: 1. The proposal outlining the necessary hardware and software your firm will need. Your proposal should include two sections: a. The hardware/software and b. The justifications and rationale for the hardware and software. In other words, what value will the hardware and software add to the firm? Why should the firm spend the time and money to integrate the hardware and software into its daily workings? Note the sample below: Hardware Justification/Rationale Software Justification/rationale Laptop/ Notebook Computers Microsoft Office 2003/2007 Wireless Internet Service/ Wireless Router Internet Explorer Cell Phone/Blackberry Legal Software Time/Accounting/Client Management 2. Your recommended security protocols for data, Internet, and electronic communications. Note the sample below: CONCERNS SUGGESTIONS Unauthorized Users All computers need to be password XXXXXXXXX. When people leave the firm, their password XXXXXX needs to be deactivated. There should only be one network administrator that is responsible for adding and removing user access. Hackers A firewall should be installed to prevent u Read more: draft a proposal/hardware and software -
Subject: Legal Technology
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