DJJ Supporting the Community in 2015 (Cont.)

The event in July in Oyster Bay attracted more than 14,500 players and spectators, raising $120,491. It featured a veterans game, a special needs game, a wheelchair lacrosse game and a game dedicated to a fallen Nassau County Hero: New York Police Officer Brian Moore. The day also welcomed the All Veteran Parachute Group which descended 12,000 feet onto the field to hand deliver the game ball. Harry Jacobs of DJJ, Chairman of the Shootout For Soldiers Committee, is looking forward to its return to Long Island in 2016. Stay tuned for more details. Learn more at www.shootoutforsoldiers.com

Supporting HIV/AIDS Prevention

DJJ was a Titanium Sponsor of the LGBT Network 2015 Winter Ball at the Allegria Hotel on December 5, 2015.

An association of non-profit organizations working to serve the LGBT community of Long Island and Queens, LGBT Network includes Long Island Gay and Lesbian Youth (LIGALY), The Long Island LGBT Community Center (The Center), Services and Advocacy for LGBT Elders – Long Island (SAGE-LI), and the Queens LGBT Community Center (Q Center). Together, each organization works within The Network to end homophobia and transphobia, to provide a home and safe space for the LGBT community, and to advocate for equality. Winter Ball raises funds for The Network’s HIV/AIDS prevention initiatives and for services for people living with HIV. Learn more at: www.lgbtnetwork.org

 

Funding Scholarships in Suffolk

DJJ was a sponsor of the 5th Annual Suffolk ASSET Past Presidents Scholarship Golf Outing last August at the Pine Ridge Golf Course, helping to raise money for scholarships. Suffolk ASSET exists to enhance teaching and learning in Suffolk County school districts through the use of computers and other educational technologies by encouraging the integration of technology into the K-12 curriculum and ensuring that our students are provided with the educational opportunities necessary to prepare them for the 21st century. Learn more at: www.csfinfo.org

 

Making a Difference for Individuals with Disabilities

DJJ was a sponsor of Life’s WORC which since 1971 has been dedicated to ensuring that those with developmental disabilities and autism are afforded opportunities to live life to the fullest. Life’s WORC offers comprehensive services and support to over 1,200 individuals and families in Queens, Nassau and Suffolk counties and supportive homes to over 221 people. Learn more at: www.lifesworc.org

 

Helping the Chiari & Syringomyelia Foundation

DJJ was a sponsor of the fourth annual Bobby Jones Classic for the Chiari & Syringomyelia Foundation, which is focused on finding cure for Chiari malformation, syringomyelia and related neurological conditions that affect over one million families in the U.S. The Bobby Jones Classic was held on May 17-18, 2015 at world-renowned East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Georgia. Learn more at www.csfinfo.org

 
 

How Healthy is Your Network? (Cont.)

Fortunately, there is an easy way to obtain proactive monitoring without investing in expensive internal resources: rely on DJJ’s network services partner, MASS Communications. It’s one of the few network carriers to offer 24x7x365 proactive monitoring – filling the coverage gap for firms that lack the resources to track network performance and troubleshoot issues around the clock. MASS Communications pings customer networks every minute-on-the-minute, 24-7-365, alerting customers of a potential issue regardless of whether the event occurs on a major holiday or on a Saturday night. And you not only benefit from MASS Communications’ monitoring capabilities, but also from the experience and instincts of the MASS Communications network monitoring team. MASS Communications, recently published an excellent whitepaper that provides a full explanation of the value that proactive network monitoring can deliver today. Get the whitepaper at: http://masscommgroup.com/resources/

 

Keeping Madame Secretary Connected

 

It’s not every year that DJJ gets to take its star turn on TV. But that’s exactly what happened when the hit show Madame Secretary debuted for its second season on CBS last October. Whenever Secretary of State Elizabeth Adams McCord (Téa Leoni) or President Conrad Dalton (Keith Carradine) pick up their Avaya phones to make a call, you are seeing DJJ handiwork.

 
 

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