BYOD and Cloud Computing — May 22, 2014 — Toronto
I will be part of an upcoming panel discussion on the topics of cloud computing and BYOD (“bring your own device”) technology at a May 22 breakfast seminar hosted by AIIM First Canadian chapter. The session description can be read below.
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BYOD and Cloud Computing
Breakfast & Seminar
AIIM First Canadian Chapter is pleased to host a multi-disciplinary panel consisting of Sheila Taylor, Susan Nickle, and Chuck Rothman, providing a records management, legal, and technological perspective on the following topics:
- What is “the cloud”?
- What’s different from the way things are done traditionally?
- What’s the future going to be like with the cloud?
- Benefits, challenges and risks of cloud computing
BYOD (bring your own device) technologies
- Why care about BYOD?
- Benefits, challenges and risks of BYOD
• The team approach: multi-disciplinary approaches to cloud computing and BYOD
• Litigation readiness: best practices to support e-discovery when cloud- and BYOD-based information is involved
• Canadian case law: what are the courts saying about issues relating to cloud computing and BYOD?
To register, please click here or cut and paste this link: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/byod-and-cloud-computing-tickets-10862232229