Boston, MA (PressExposure) October 07, 2009 -- Christopher Hunt, director of information technology at Boston-based Tarlow Breed Hart & Rodgers, P.C. (TBHR), recently presented at the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) 2009 Annual conference, held at the Gaylord National Resort in Maryland from August 23-27, 2009.
Hunt spoke at the session entitled "Mobile Device Management: Can You Afford (Not) to Go It Alone?" as part of the Mobile, Remote & Wireless Technologies Peer Group track of the conference. He was one of three speakers on the panel for the session and acted as moderator, leading the discussion and also presenting information specific to TBHR.
"The utilization of wireless technology is critical for most businesses nowadays but even more so for law firms, as our attorneys spend quite a bit of time outside the office but still need to be connected and accessible," said Hunt. "Attending and presenting at the ILTA was a great opportunity to not only share my expertise but to learn more about how other firms utilize wireless technologies and how they enforce policies and procedures towards the use of those technologies."
Established more than three decades ago, ILTA provides its members--consisting of IT professionals employed by in-house legal departments or law firms--educational content and peer-to-peer networking opportunities. This includes events like the annual conference, webinars, teleconferences, seminars, regional and international events, white papers and much more.
A graduate of Northeastern University, Hunt began with TBHR in 1995. As part of his role as director of information technology, his responsibilities include utilizing the firm's IT for litigation support, marketing support and facilities management.
Hunt resides in Lowell, Massachusetts with his wife Jodi and his stepson Brendon.