Brett Burney Giving iPad Presentations to Lawyers Around the Country

Brett Burney giving iPad Presentations for LawyersIt continues to amaze me how the iPad is changing the way lawyers use and interact with technology. One of my favorite activities is spending time helping lawyers learn how to use the iPad better. I’ve been honored to be invited to speak around the country on the topic and here is a list of upcoming presentations:

(Many of these sessions are already sold out, but please feel free to reach out and contact the appropriate sponsors in case attendees have to cancel or they expand the space. Thank you!)

iLitigate on the iPad
Baltimore, MD
Friday, November 16, 2012
Maryland State Bar Association Solo and Small Firm Conference

 

“BYOD: Bring Your Own Device (iPad)”
Chicago, IL
Monday, November 19, 2012
The Chicago Bar Association

 

iPad for Legal Professionals
Introduction & iPad Basics; Advanced iPad Topics
Pittsburgh, PA
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Pennsylvania Bar Institute

 

MiPad Practice: iPad for Legal Professionals
Grand Rapids, MI
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
State Bar of Michigan

 

iPad for Legal Professionals
Introduction & iPad Basics; Advanced iPad Topics
Philadelphia, PA
Friday, December 7, 2012
Pennsylvania Bar Institute

 

iPad Paperless Lawyering
Cleveland, OH
Monday, December 17, 2012
Ohio State Bar Association Cleveland Legal Technology Conference

 

iPad Paperless Lawyering Tips in 60 Minutes
Dublin, OH
Thursday, December 20, 2012
Ohio State Bar Association Legal Technology Conference

 

iPad for Legal Professionals
Boston, MA
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
MCLE New England

3 Comments

  1. These are great seminars that all lawyers should consider attending as they will learn to be more productive. I was hesitant to use IPads in my Chicago personal injury practice, but they have really paid off in terms of productivity.

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    1. Thank you for your comment Jonathan and I’m thrilled to hear that the iPad is becoming a productive tool in your practice.

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  2. Hi, I wonder if you have seen our app, FileBrowser?
    FileBrowser allows you to connect to your existing file servers and cloud storage to manage and view documents, email files as attachments, stream video/audio and much more, from wherever you are, using your iPhone or iPad. When used in combination with other apps such as Apple’s Pages or Numbers, FileBrowser allows you to edit documents and save them back to the server.

    FileBrowser has been developed to meet the demands of both social and business users. I have outlined just a few of the features applicable to business environments below

    Organise your files – FileBrowser provides the iPad and iPhone’s missing file system.
    Lighten your load – With FileBrowser you can leave your laptop in the office.
    Access file shares over local WiFi network or over a VPN.
    View documents on file servers from anywhere.
    Edit and update documents on file servers from anywhere.
    Use bookmarks to access key folders with just a few taps.
    Export FileBrowser’s configuration and distribute to users via email, saving the time to configure individual iPhones or iPads.
    Leverage existing identity management tools by authenticating against Active Directory.
    Secure storage of user’s passwords.
    Automatic hardware-based encryption of all files stored within FileBrowser as soon as the device is locked.
    Configure bespoke security and data protection. You have complete control over the level of access available to users.
    Data Leak Prevention features allow you to specify whether files can leave the workplace, be passed to other apps, or be emailed from the mobile device.
    Requires no additional server side components or any changes to corporate security policy.
    Provides a consistent, familiar user experience seamlessly combining iOS functionality with familiar file share browsing.
    Connect to file shares on Windows or Mac File Servers, Network Attached Storage, or desktop workstations.
    Compatibility with Cloud Storage providers Box, SkyDrive and Dropbox.

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