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Breakfast Briefing: Cloud and the Law



March 25, 2010
7:45 amto9:30 am

Presenting the briefing will be Philip Nolan, Partner and Owner at Mason Hayes + Curran. Philip specialises in advising both public and private clients in relation to communications, information technology, intellectual property and competition law.

The breakfast briefing will be introduced and chaired by Tim Pullen, Managing Director of The Cloud Group (www.cloudgroup.ie). Tim is a senior figure in the IT and consulting world providing advice, guidance and expertise to help Irish companies transition to the Cloud.

This breakfast briefing will give attendees the opportunity to meet other senior technology leaders, share experiences in the adoption of Cloud Computing, and discuss tactics and strategies that will help them in their consideration and use of this technology. The focus of the meeting is the cultivation of relationships with your peers, and the roundtable format provides the group with a safe environment in which to discuss issues. There will be the opportunity to remain after the discussion for further networking and discussion amongst the attendees.

The breakfast briefing will take place in Mason Hayes and Curran’s offices in Barrow Street, Dublin 4 (near the Grand Canal dart station) on Thursday March 25th, starting at 7.45am. Full details and RSVPs available on LinkedIn.

Mason Hayes and Curran is a full service business law firm with offices in Dublin, New York and London. The firm is 40 years old and employs 240 staff including 121 lawyers.



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The Author:

Richard is a believer and advises companies on the use of Cloud services, Agile and Lean start-up principles. His focus is on innovative solutions that bring practical business benefits. He has over 18 years experience in a variety of IT roles, including over 10 years management experience working for companies such as IBM Software, Oracle & KPMG Consulting. In his various roles, his focus has been on rolling out innovative IT solutions and services, using user centered design to deliver practical business benefits. Richie is a PMI certified Project Management Professional and a certified Scrummaster. http://www.rbconsulting.ie

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