A follow-up conversation to “Email, Communications and Collaboration Tools for the University”
Invitation to Attend: Monday, April 18, 2011, 2:00-5:00 (Rowe, Potter Auditorium)
Information Technology Services at Dalhousie University is exploring a number of opportunities with emerging “Software-as-a-Service” or “Cloud Computing” initiatives. Cloud computing introduces a number of potential concerns around security, privacy, data ownership and data stewardship.
In an effort to address concerns and increase awareness around the legal, policy and academic implications, Dalhousie has invited professionals in a number of areas to speak and take part in a panel discussion on these topics.
David Fraser, Partner, McInnes Cooper
Mr. Fraser will speak to Canadian and American laws in relation to cross border data transfer, privacy and access to information.
Dwight Fischer, CIO, Dalhousie University
Mr. Fischer will speak to the technology challenges and changes taking place and the impact on Dalhousie.
Paul Jones, Policy & Education Officer, Canadian Association of University Teachers
Mr. Jones will speak to concerns around privacy and academic freedom, specifically how it relates to faculty.
Come and take part in the discussion on April 18th, 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.!
Join the online converations now at blogs.dal.ca/connectedU