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Kraft Kennedy has added legal technology specialist Natalie Alesi to its growing Project Management Practice. Alesi is an expert in cloud technologies in the legal sphere, with a focus on project management, user adoption, change management, process improvement, social media, and communications.
Many folks ask me how I aggregate and track hashtags on Twitter, thus the title and reason for this post. So here it goes! I very rarely use the actual Twitter app or website. Surprising maybe, but the truth. I use Twitter to tweak my profile but that’s about it. For regular consumption and management of social channels, I use Hootsuite.com. This is a web based site and has an app for your mobile devices so it’s accessible from where ever you are. In addition, Hootsuite has the ability to install additional apps like Yammer, Instagram, YouTube, RSS feeds, Evernote, Flickr, and many many more. This makes it even easier to monitor and share from those platforms.
After attending #ILTA13, I was quite shocked to see how MANY vendors tweeted about where their booth’s were, trying to coax conference members to stop by without offering any educational or benefit to the conference member. This is a NO-NO in the Twitterverse and I mean a BIG NO-NO! It’s the quickest way to turn off conference members from going to you and scream I HAVE NO IDEA what we’re doing! Sorry to be so harsh, but it’s about time you get with the program or you won’t have a future program with members.
This year, I attended one of the many sessions at ILTA13 named ‘Using the Cloud Responsibly’ presented by Ryan Alban and
Kathy Owen. This topic is of particular interest to me because of all the work I do with organizations in educating about social media and cloud technologies functional usage. This session had a great wealth of information that was shared regarding privacy, security, and a lawyers ethical obligation to understand cloud technologies given by the ABA Commission on Ethics. Kathy shared some of the key ethics decisions on Cloud technology that got me concerned. Why? Not because of the ‘cloud’, but because too many firms and IT departments that I’ve worked with aren’t even taking the steps to understand the implications of privacy and security in their current environments. Let alone the ‘cloud’.
Connect with me on Twitter!
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