Looking for Data in New Tech Places
June 20, 2016
As information flows to and from devices and
internal servers into and out of the "Cloud" and Internet of Things, the
target zone for locating relevant data is expanding at a shocking pace.
We can barely get up to speed on one technology before several new ones
pop up. In this webcast, you'll get a highly-practical survey of the
new landscape of technologies where people put and keep data, sometimes
unknowingly. What you aren't aware of might hurt you.
Getting beyond the basics
Texting, in many forms
Data storage services (Dropbox, et al.)
Photos and location
Collaboration (Slack, et al.)
Apps that collect and store data
Devices that collect and store data
Knowing what those in the target culture use
Internet of Things
Looking into the future
Will this ever slow down?
Your Presenter: Dennis Kennedy
counsel at MasterCard, focusing on information technology matters and
emphasizing emerging payments and mobile transactions solutions.
Co-author with Allison Shields of "LinkedIn in One Hour" (ABA 2013),
LinkedIn in One Hour for Lawyers, Second Edition (ABA 2013), "LinkedIn
in One Hour for Lawyers" (ABA 2012) and "Facebook in One Hour for
Lawyers (ABA 2012), and co-author with Tom Mighell of "The Lawyer's
Guide to Collaboration Tools and Technologies: Smart Ways to Work
Together (ABA 2008) (www.lawyersguidetocollaboration.com).
Writer of regular technology column called "Kennedy on Technology" for American Bar Association Journal (www.abajournal.com). Co-host of The Kennedy-Mighell Report podcast on legal technology on the Legal Talk Network. Nationally known and highly regarded speaker, writer, blogger and authority on Internet, technology and legal topics, with extensive web site containing legal technology resources (http://denniskennedy.com/blog/). Elected as a Fellow in the College of Law Practice Management in October 2014.
Unique combination of talents and skills, a demonstrated ability to explain difficult legal and technical concepts to professionals and non-professionals, and a reputation as a lawyer who both practices information technology law and understands and works with the underlying technology.
Monday, June 20, 2016
Time: 10:00 AM Pacific/12 Central/1:00 PM Eastern
Organization of Legal Professionals (OLP) is a sponsor of this webinar. OLP is a California MCLE Multiple Activity Provider. One hour CLE. Check with your state for eligibility. Classes are subject to change or cancellation. No refunds. Attendees may apply a credit towards another course or provide a substitute.