Peer to Peer Magazine

March 2011

The quarterly publication of the International Legal Technology Association

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ILTA STAFF Administrative RANDI MAYES EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR randi@iltanet.org CRISTIN GAFFNEY ACCOUNTING ADMINISTRATOR cristin@iltanet.org GRACE PALMA CONCIERGE - MEMBER SERVICES ADMINISTRATOR grace@iltanet.org Programming and Vendor Relations PEGGY WECHSLER PROGRAM DIRECTOR peggy@iltanet.org DEB HIMSEL PROGRAM MANAGER - CORE EDUCATION deb@iltanet.org TJ JOHNSON PROGRAM MANAGER - CONFERENCES tj@iltanet.org GAYNOR SENYSZYN CONFERENCE COORDINATOR gaynor@iltanet.org JUDY COUVILLION REGIONAL COORDINATOR judy@iltanet.org KEN HANSEN VENDOR COORDINATOR ken@iltanet.org EVA LEOS ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT eva@iltanet.org IT and Online Services CLAY GIBNEY IT DIRECTOR clay@iltanet.org JEANNE MARTINEZ ONLINE SERVICES ADMINISTRATOR jeanne@iltanet.org Publications RANDI MAYES EDITOR-IN-CHIEF randi@iltanet.org KRISTY COLE COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST kristy@iltanet.org ANGELA ROARK MARKETING DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST angela@iltanet.org KENDALL LAZORCHAK CREATIVE DESIGN SPECIALIST kendall@iltanet.org Randi Mayes Executive Director Peer to Peer the quarterly magazine of ILTA 9 constant connectivity, immense bandwidth and easy mobility. With the convergence of communications technologies, the emergence of tools M that address both business and entertainment needs, the benefits and drawbacks of explosive social media and a very device-savvy (and hungry) population, the telecom guru at your firm has to move at the speed of sound. I applaud ILTA’s Communications Technologies Peer Group Steering Committee who stepped up to the plate with ideas, experts, authors and content galore; and you’ll find information inside that spans the vast telecom spectrum. I salute our many contributors for allowing us to tell the telecom tale in our magazine. I want to put a ding in the universe. –– Steve Jobs from the director y career as a communications technologist reached its high point when my firm’s 2400-baud modem made its squawking debut three decades ago. I’ve been comfortably resting on my laurels (and my move to the management side of the house) since those days, and I’m ever so thankful that others support my increasing demands for

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