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Wednesday
Nov 7th, 2012
11:40 AM - 12:30 PM
Meeting Room 503/504
Mountain Time
Attorneys and IT professionals often speak different languages. While both believe they speak English, they often speak "legalese" and "tech," which are not always compatible. This session aims to break down those perceived barriers using real-life examples of positive and negative interactions concerning current IT policy and legal issues.
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Issue2:Ediscovery & Rec. Mgmt: Email shouldn't be treated special. Content determines retention. #E12_SESS060 #EDU12

Issue2: If email content is official record, then keep it. Otherwise delete it. Just like post-it, letters, etc. #EDU12 #E12_SESS060

Issue3: BYOD: Need policy 2 set expectations. Differentiate personal vs. owned devices. Univ.data needs 2B controlled. #EDU12 #E12_SESS060

Lots of lawyers don't always get the IT world when it comes to data. IT should ask specific questions to make it easier. #EDU12 #E12_SESS060

IT needs to change reputation of being the "Office of No" and provide useful alternatives to risky behavior. #EDU12 #E12_SESS060

Time for a talk with lawyers. #E12_SESS060 #EDU12 Should be entertaining at the least.

Denver University of Sci & Tech: aka DUST. #EDU12 #E12_SESS060

DUST: The developer of DUST Bunny, DUST Cloud, and DUST Bowl. #EDU12 #E12_SESS060

Session will do 3 case studies with good and bad ways of doing things. #EDU12 #E12_SESS060

Issue1: Cloud and FERPA. Contract should specify org as Agent, Univ retains ownership of data, specify data uses. #E12_sess060 #EDU12


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