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Date: Thursday, April 4th, 2019 

Time: 10:30 am - 11:00 am CST | 16:30 - 17:00 GMT

Cost: FREE

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On the Go and Going Mobile

While technology continues to allow us to work more efficiently while away from the traditional office environment, the concerns about data security while working on-the-go continue to grow. And as mobile working trends across legal have evolved dramatically in recent years, by bringing both technical and operational dynamics to the forefront we can help enable lawyers to understand what shifts have been made in order to enhance the lawyer's workflow. 

Join our ever-mobile Evangelist team as they explore these shifts and review the technologies needed to enable them. 

Tune in as we review the following trends: 

  • Workshifting (flexibility of location and time). 
  • Talent Retention. 
  • Use of personal devices. 
  • Data security. 

Presented By

Sherry Kappel

Document Lifecycle Evangelist, Product Management

Sherry has more than 30 years' experience in design, implementation, and change management, which surround content-creation technologies. She has written and spoken widely to address the needs, goals and strategies of document-intensive businesses, and is an expert in Microsoft Office applications. She was recognized by ILTA as Innovative Consultant of the Year in 2014, and as Vendor Thought Leader in 2017. Sherry is a member of the Document Lifecycle Evangelist team.

Chuck Henrich

Document Lifecycle Evangelist

As a Document Lifecycle Evangelist, Chuck advocates best practices and tools covering the complete document lifecycle. For over 35 years in legal IT, Chuck has worked for and with all sorts of professional practices, from sole practitioner to global enterprise. Whether as a developer, trainer, business process analyst, or consultant, in all of those roles, he has served as a translator between business users and technical professionals facilitating solutions to the practical needs of professional users and support staff, and the opportunities for IT departments to make a real difference for their end users.