BYOD, data security and the BlackBerry Experience

I am moderating what will almost certainly be a fascinating discussion about BYOD, enterprise data security and device management at the BlackBerry Experience event at Montecasino in Fourways, Johannesburg today. The event is hosted by BlackBerry in partnership with ITWeb Events and will also take place in Durban and Cape Town later this month. The... Continue Reading →

The legalities of going paper-less

Many people think that going digital is problematic from a legal perspective and, to a large extent, it isn't. It does require that you understand the implications and adjust your workflows to suit the digital paradigm.

Supporting Photographers through the #PhotoBizLegal workshop

The PhotoBizLegal workshop is a start, an introduction for photographers who want to learn more about the regulatory environment they operate within and how to better structure their work to steer them clear of common risks and pitfalls. I won't teach you to become a lawyer. I will show you what can go wrong and how to avoid falling into the same traps so many photographers succumb to, and unnecessarily at that. My goal is to share enough knowledge with you to empower you to focus on your work, your innovations with the security of knowing enough to cover your more common risks that shouldn't stifle your creativity.

Thoughts about legal frameworks in the near future

We attended the Deloitte Tech Trends 2013 event at the Wanderers Club yesterday. It is an annual event and we had an opportunity to hear from several Deloitte executives, including Mark White, Deloitte’s Global CTO. Although the discussion focused on technology trends and how businesses are (and can) incorporate them into business processes (the emphasis... Continue Reading →

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