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ABA TECHSHOW – DAY 1

ABA TECHSHOW 2015 kicks off at 8:00 AM with an introduction from Planning Board Chair Brett Burney. Day 1 includes 31 sessions in eight tracks. One-day, two-day, and full conference registration is still available on-site. Free Expo Only registration is also still available on-site. (Expo Only registrants can also atttend Meet the Author sessions.) Tracks […]

International CES – Technology From the (Near) Future

Every year, manufacturers show off their newest technology at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. In categories ranging from 3D Printing and Computer accessories to Wireless Handsets (think mobile phones) the products showcased at CES promise to be “The Next Big Thing.” Because the products showcased at CES won’t be available to […]

Increased Security and Productivity Come to iOS Devices Using Google Apps via Integrated Mobile Device Management

Google recently released a Mobile Device Management (MDM) tool for iOS devices that access cloud-stored data in Google’s paid Apps for Work (Education and Government) cloud productivity suites. iOS Sync for Google Apps integrates existing Google mobile apps for iOS devices with native device management features built into iOS to give administrators more control over […]

Partly to Mostly Cloudy – Running a Virtual Law Practice

Title: Partly to Mostly Cloudy – Running a Virtual Law Practice Speaker: Chad Burton, Stephanie Kimbro, Erin Russell Date: Thursday, April 16 Time: 4:00 – 5:00 Track: Cloud Topic Level: Intermediate   Description A “virtual” law practice can’t be a reality without the cloud. Luckily, because of the proliferation of cloud-based tools both at the […]

Turbulence-Free Collaboration – Sharing Documents in the Cloud without E-mail

Title: Turbulence-Free Collaboration – Sharing Documents in the Cloud without E-mail Speaker: Mark I. Unger, Chad Burton Date: Thursday, April 16 Time: 2:00 – 3:00 Track: Cloud Topic Level: Intermediate   Description E-mail has become a blessing and a curse. Sending documents via e-mail is rife with opportunities for error – versioning issues, lost e-mails, file size […]

Building the Cloud – Terminology and Architecture that Lawyers Need to Understand

Title: Building the Cloud – Terminology and Architecture that Lawyers Need to Understand Speaker: Rex Balboa, Lincoln Mead Date: Thursday, April 16 Time: 10:30 – 11:30 Track: Cloud Topic Level: Beginner   Description You may already use the cloud, but acronyms and terms like IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, private, public, hosted, hybrid, community all sound like rain […]

Cloudy with a Chance of Ethics – Making Educated Decisions when Choosing Cloud Services

Title: Cloudy with a Chance of Ethics – Making Educated Decisions when Choosing Cloud Services Speaker: David Elkanich, Mike Downey Date: Thursday, April 16 Time: 8:30 – 9:30 Track: Cloud Topic Level: Beginner   Description More and more of the information you deal with every day is floating in the cloud (you may not even realize […]