This piece looks ahead to what we might expect as IT law developments in 2016. More than most years, looking ahead to what’s in store for IT lawyers next year is all about the big picture: how IT developments will impact businesses generally, and how this will affect what comes across IT lawyers’ desks. Two […]
This blog develops some of the ideas in our May 2014 and September 2014 LFaaS blogs So where are we – where is your firm – on the spectrum between ‘business as usual’ and ‘the end of lawyers’?
Termed ‘the 3rd platform’, the convergence of data, cloud, social and mobile is “transforming not just the technology industry, but every industry on the planet” and will continue to be the motor for global IT
See Richard’s Video Interview on Avoiding Big Data Pitfalls in the Cloud at Whitehall Media’s ‘Enterprise Cloud Computing and Virtualisation’ Conference in London on 26 November 2014.
Data protection law – the bundle of statutory duties on those who handle personal data about individuals and the corresponding rights for the individuals concerned – sits plumb in the centre of data law, an increasingly
Big Data is everywhere in insurance at the moment, but Big Data projects are still new: they’re tough to deliver organisationally, but for the insurance industry the gain will be well worth the pain as they mean better