Having recently done a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) webinar myself, I am up to date with the complications which arise for corporations with the growing trend towards Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). The conflict between an individual’s wish to use devices and applications with which they are familiar, and the security and eDiscovery implications of that, is one which organisations of all sizes are grappling with. Many more, one suspects, are simply ignoring the problem or not recognising it as such.
FTI Technology is giving a webinar presentation on this on 14 August at 2pm ET / 11am PT. I recommend it because the featured speaker is the excellent Ronni Solomon, a partner at King & Spalding. I first met Ronni when we did a social media seminar together for the New York City Bar Association a couple of years ago, and I know we can expect lucid explanations of the problems which BYOD brings to corporations.
The other speakers are Martin Tully of KattenMuchinRosenman LLP and Veeral Gosalia, a Senior Managing Director at FTI Technology who have between them practical expertise of both the legal and technical implications of BYOD.