...to digital, they need a central committee of stakeholders—including lawyers, CIOs, chief security officers, the firm's general counsel and risk management...
Data security has become a top concern for CIOs
Last summer I joined the Box.com legal market advisory board. Â My involvement helps me stay current on developing technologies that may benefit the legal market. A Box announcement today triggers th
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ARMA International's Conference and Expo 2013 makes it clear that e-discovery is child's play compared to information governance and management
...The American Lawyer's 2012 technology survey, 72 percent of responding CIOs said their firm was using some form of social networking. ...
Law Firms turn to desktop virtualization software from Citrix and VMware to put Windows applications on Mac iOS devices
Your paranoia is justified, cyber malfeasants are infiltrating your organization
...LTN's door morning, noon, and night; and the CIOs talking loudly about security, mobility, and cybercrime and having paranoia attacks about...
...came during one of the school's cybersecurity roundtables where several CIOs told him they were having difficulty finding qualified candidates for management positions...
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