2013 March

Legacy policies in the legal profession have required a “save everything” mentality, but that was before the surge in the amount of data that users create, store and share. As we continue to see new types of data, new ways of accessing data, new regulations for storing and securing data, and many more data-related developments, how do we keep up? ILTA recently brought together a “virtual roundtable” of four thought leaders, including representation from law firms, a law department and a consultancy, to get their insight about this widespread issue. Our interview with Sean Power, Chief Information Officer at Lathrop & Gage LLP, can be heard in its entirety on the accompanying podcast.

Visit the ILTA website to hear each participant's interview.

Legacy policies in the legal profession have required a “save everything” mentality, but that was before the surge in the amount of data that users create, store and share. As we continue to see new types of data, new ways of accessing data, new regulations for storing and securing data, and many more data-related developments, how do we keep up? ILTA recently brought together a “virtual roundtable” of four thought leaders, including representation from law firms, a law department and a consultancy, to get their insight about this widespread issue. Our interview with Adam Osberg, Executive Account Manager at CDW, can be heard in its entirety on the accompanying podcast.

Visit the ILTA website to hear each participant's interview.

Legacy policies in the legal profession have required a “save everything” mentality, but that was before the surge in the amount of data that users create, store and share. As we continue to see new types of data, new ways of accessing data, new regulations for storing and securing data, and many more data-related developments, how do we keep up? ILTA recently brought together a “virtual roundtable” of four thought leaders, including representation from law firms, a law department and a consultancy, to get their insight about this widespread issue. Our interview with  Eric Lieber, Director of Legal Technology at Toyota Motor Sales, can be heard in its entirety on the accompanying podcast.

Visit the ILTA website to hear each participant's interview.

Legacy policies in the legal profession have required a “save everything” mentality, but that was before the surge in the amount of data that users create, store and share. As we continue to see new types of data, new ways of accessing data, new regulations for storing and securing data, and many more data-related developments, how do we keep up? ILTA recently brought together a “virtual roundtable” of four thought leaders, including representation from law firms, a law department and a consultancy, to get their insight about this widespread issue. Our interview with  Todd Corham, Chief Information Officer at Sedgwick LLP, can be heard in its entirety on the accompanying podcast.

Visit the ILTA website to hear each participant's interview.

Listen to this monthly series of podcasts from the Emerging Technologies Peer Group.

Each month Lance Rea and Mark Manoukian have a conversation with the peer group of the month. This month's spotlight is on the Desktop & Application Services Peer Group. David Bustle, David Neesen and Tim Hooks talk about issues and initiatives in the Desktop & Application Services space. Format is conversational and touches on a number of different topics.