I was reminded this morning by a post from the esteemed Kevin O’Keefe that I have forgotten to share on this site that I will be speaking at the 2014 Clio Cloud Conference next week in Chicago. The list of presenters includes a remarkable Who’s Who of legal technology thinkers and writers… and then there’s me!
Seriously folks, I was honored to be asked to discuss the impact of the Bring Your Own Device (“BYOD”) trend on law firms, and what steps should be taken to make sure attorneys are complying with legal and ethical duties to keep confidential information safe. Having written on the topic in the past, I have updated my sources, and I will be providing additional posts in the upcoming days with great information for firms and attorneys regarding ways to improve security while getting the most out of mobile devices.
I apologize for my lack of posts lately. A dramatic increase in my case load, coming at the exact same time that my fiancee and I are planning our wedding, has limited my free time to 4-5 hours per day, which I prefer to use for sleeping. I will remedy this problem shortly. In the mean time, I would like to thank my fiancee for not minding too much that I’m jet-setting off to Chicago for three days during this insanely busy time!
If you have the opportunity to attend the Clio Cloud Conference, I strongly encourage you to do so. The list of speakers, including the aforementioned Mr. O’Keefe, Richard, Susskind, and Sam Glover, is impressive, and I’m certainly looking forward to the vendor meet-and-greet sessions to check out new products!
Hope to see you there!
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