Technology and the Law
Join Frank Jennings from a special episode of Technology and the Law on the topic of Brexit.
In this episode we discuss what the lawyers look for and how you can get the best out of them as they try to balance the need to get things done quickly and lawfully.
Join lawyer Frank Jennings for the fourth episode of this second season. With guest Jonathan Bridges, Chief Innovation Officer at Exponential-e.
On the topic of technology, law, business and Brexit, Frank is joined by guests Elizabeth Hofman, Director Senior Legal Business Partner at Reed Business Information and Nigel Tozer, Solutions Marketing Director EMEA at Commvault.
Everyone knows they need to keep their data secure especially with hacking attacks on the rise. In this episode we discuss the kinds of attacks that you may be subjected to, your vulnerabilities as a business and what should be your approach to security.
In this episode we catch up with what has been happening in the world of GDPR compliance, what businesses have been doing and what to watch out for.
There is much talk of cloud. If your IT is currently based on-premise and you’re thinking of moving to cloud this discussion is a good place to start. It answers questions such as why you would migrate to cloud. Also, how easy is it to do this? What are the issues you should look out for?
This week we're discussing service level agreements. Yes, it’s time to talk about “as is” service, availability, downtime, outages, service credits. Tune in to hear a lively discussion about how to manage your cloud.
In the fourth episode of Technology and The Law, cloud lawyer Frank Jennings was joined by Joel Davis from agency:2, David Terrar from Agile Elephant, Harshini Carey from KMD Neupart UK and Melissa Jun Rowley from The Toolbox. This episode saw the discussion of Social Media.