Data management continues to create significant challenges. Here’s a webcast that will help with navigating the evolving data landscape in 2023!
Tomorrow, Law.com, in association with KLDiscovery, will host the webcast Navigating the Evolving Data Landscape in 2023: Compliance, Privacy & Discovery at 2pm ET (1pm CT, 11am PT). Join this webcast in preparation for Law.com’s Legalweek 2023 to hear Stephanie Wilkins, Editor in Chief of Legaltech News, and Eric Robinson, Vice President of Global Advisory Services & Strategic Client Solutions at KLDiscovery, discuss answers to these questions, outline trends and identify data management themes to explore further at the event. You will learn about:
- Definitive challenges and opportunities that will shape data management in 2023.
- Potential impacts of evolving data sources and a changing regulatory landscape on compliance, privacy, and discovery.
- Data landscape and how it will shift this year.
Let’s face it, data management continues to create significant challenges for legal professionals, especially when it evolves faster than technology solutions meant to help. Expanding data sources, new privacy regulations and the continued blurring of personal and work data on mobile devices make understanding the challenges of managing data necessary to crafting solutions. How can you turn data management challenges into opportunities? How can legal professionals position themselves for navigating the evolving data landscape with a focus on compliance, privacy, and discovery? – register here to find out tomorrow!
So, what do you think? Is your organization struggling with navigating the evolving data landscape? If so, consider attending the webinar! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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