Bring Your Own Tech to the Office

By Russell Jackman
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Key Takeaways

  • Understand the employer and employee's legal rights over the technology brought into a workplace
  • Know how such technology used to control law office data
  • Learn strategies for creating a plan to deal with law office technical challenges

Course Overview

LearnAs more employees than bring their personal technology to work, (like smartphones, tablets, laptops, and even desktop PCs),  businesses can take advantage of this trend and reap a number of benefits, such as shorter technology learning curves, greater productivity, lower hardware and software costs and more active and involved employees.

HOWEVER: BYO Technology is NOT WITHOUT RISK. It is imperative to The manage these risks with implementation of an official BYO tech policy — an important policy implementation which most businesses have not yet done!

In this presentation by Russell Jackman, Esq. of Calmputer Consulting Services in Marin County, California, Mr. Jackman discusses employee/employer control of technology and the legal issues that come from Bringing Your Own Technology to work.  It discusses the types of technology available to control the access to information and data for the modern law office and talks about the strategies behind creating a solid plan to deal with these challenges. Moreover, with the ethical duty to maintain confidentiality, it is vitally important that lawyers and law firms be aware of the risks of BYOT.

Publication Date: January 12, 2018

Length: 56min

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Meet the Presenter(s):

Russell Jackman
Russell Jackman is a graduate of the McGeorge School of Law, University of Pacific, and was admitted to the State Bar of California in June, 1994. He is a frequent lecturer on a wide variety of computer subjects, including the California State Bar Annual MCLE Conferences & Section Education Institutes, from 1999 to the present. He has been a Professor at the College of Marin, Cal. State Hayward, St. Mary’s College and and San Francisco State University from 2001-2004. He was the Head Trainer for Weil, Gotshal & Manges in 2005. From 2004-2005 he was Vice Chair of the California State Bar’s Law Practice Management & Technology Committee (member since 1996). He is the author of the Introductory Chapter in the CEB Publication, “Internet Guide to CA Lawyers 2001.” He has been a regularly-featured author in the Law Practice Management and Technology Publication, “The Bottom Line” since and participated in SF Trial Lawyer Association’s “Trial of the Year” 2011 (Miller v. CPMC).

As an effective MCLE presenter in the often difficult area of computer technology, Russell has the benefit of also being a hands-on trainer and computer consultant. He regularly receives laudatory praise for both his practical, yet charismatic style. More...

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