Access Day is March 8, 2018 in Redmond WA

Access Day (Redmond, WA) is just over a week away! Be sure to Register for this informative 1 day event March 8, 2018!

7 talented presenters will speak on a variety of Access-related topics, including Modern Source Code Control with Access, News from the Access Team, and much more!

The cost is only $25, and includes a pizza lunch!

Access Day – March 8, 2018 – Redmond, WA

Luke Chung will discuss tips and techniques for applying form features that are functional and maintainable at Access Day on March 8, 2018 in Redmond, WA.

There is still time to register for this event – $25 gets you access (pun intended) to 7 Access experts discussing a wide range of related topics!

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What Does This Software Want From Me?

The latest J Street Buzz is out – What Does This Software Want From Me?

Another Phishing Scam

Be on the lookout for this phishing scam in your inbox!  Notice how the email uses a local address (in this case an address in Bellingham, WA) to look more legitimate.  But, if you hover on the link you will see the real hyperlink!  Can never say this enough – ALWAYS hover to reveal the real hyperlink address!

Access Day Lite – March 9, 2018 – Redmond WA

Access Day Lite is March 8th in Redmond WA and is ONLY $25!

Armen Stein is one of several speakers and will be discussing:

Software Project Estimating Tool – Many developers acknowledge that the hardest part of a software development project isn’t designing or coding – it’s estimating! Our clients want to know how much their projects will cost, but it’s hard to get accurate numbers in a short time frame. Armen will demonstrate an Excel estimating tool that J Street Technology has been using for a few years now, and will make it available to attendees.

Register now for Access Day Lite!

Access Day Lite is coming to Redmond, WA March 8th!  Register now so you don’t miss out!

J Street Buzz – Is Your Database Like a Thai Utility Pole?

The latest J Street Buzz is out!

J Street Buzz – Web or Desktop? Which Type of Application Do I Need?

Read the latest J Street Buzz newsletter here!

Phishing Scam From “Wells Fargo”

One of our team members received this email today from “Wells Fargo” – CLEARLY a phishing scam!

How can you tell an email is not real?  Hover on the links (DO NOT CLICK ON THEM) and see what the hyperlink address is,  If it does not match the “sender”, you can be sure it is a fake!

Phishing Alert!

Use caution when opening and clicking on ANY links in an email!  It may be a phishing scam!

This email from “Microsoft” was received by a team member at J Street.  Thankfully, the person hovered on the links to see the TRUE identity and did not click on any of the links!

We also received an urgent call today from a client that had NOT checked the links in an email before clicking…  and their computer was compromised…

If you think that you have opened yourself (and all the data on your computer!) to a hacker, here are some quick steps to limit the damage:


1 – Immediately change your password to the “account” that was infected.

2 – Install and run a reputable anti virus/spyware software.  New Windows based machines come pre-installed with Windows Defender, and there are many other third-party anti-virus software applications on the market.

3 – Ensure that you Quarantine or delete any found infections, then reboot your computer and run the scan again.  This will help ensure that you have truly removed all viruses/spyware.