Interactive, round-table focus groups, please select one of the session below:
Date & Time
Thursday, June 20, 2019, 12:15 PM - 1:15 PM
A: Goodbye to the geeks?
In tomorrow's IT team will there be any space for the techie geeks of today. Will it be just relationship managers, business partners, project managers and supply managers. What sort of skills will we all need? Should we be planning today for these changes? Or is everyone a techie in the digitally enabled future we are moving to?
David Aird, IT Director, DAC Beachcroft LLP
B: Collaboration and communication: frequency and format of discussion through the project
Join our interactive group discussion on effective communication and collaboration to discover the seven questions to ask when building a communication strategy, featuring examples from succesful projects around business change management.
James Grice, Client Platform and Innovation Lead, Eversheds Sutherland
C: Enabling your firm and lawyers to embrace the modern workplace without fear
Many law firms have opted to modernise by investing further in their on premise estate doubling down on the security that this brings but additionally the constraints and restrictions inherent with legacy technologies. In this session we aim to breakdown and address some of the myths and misconceptions surrounding the use of cloud based services across the legal sector with real world practical examples of how you can confidently “Detect”, “Protect” and “Manage” your environments vulnerabilities to ensure your lawyers and customers have full confidence that only authorised persons have access to specific matters and associated documents; the flow of documents and data is controlled both within and outside of your organisation; data sovereignty considerations are fully understood and effectively implemented; all whilst enabling a more productive working experience for all concerned.
Chris Hibbert, Enterprise Solutions Director, Bytes Software Services