I was not able to attend this years ILTA conference, but thanks to the power of Twitter, I was able to follow along in my own, small, way. No, it’s not the same as being there, but seeing some of the information being presented, and the ideas flowing around social media definitely gave me some things to think about.
Natalie Alesi was kind enough to tweet out hashtag reports and transcripts throughout the conference, so if you want to see what was being talked about, I’d take a look at these while they are available!ILTA
While I was in Vegas recently for the ILTA conference, I decided that would be a good chance to take the new camera for a spin. Of course, with the conference going on all day, my only opportunity to get out of the hotel was in the evening. I will say, that I was very impressed with the clarity of the images captured in lower light (Let’s face it, the Vegas Strip is never exactly a “low light” situation) even without a tripod. I definitely see a difference from the D50 in that regard, not sure if it’s better stabilization or the increase in megapixels in the newer model, but I feel like these images came out pretty well given the situation. Shooting at night, even in a place as bright as Vegas, without a tripod is always a bit of a gamble, but I’m happy with what I was able to get during a short walk.ILTA
Back when I used to attend ILTA as a member, I always struggled to figure out what sessions to go to an what one’s I would miss. It was often a tough choice. Now, as someone working for a vendor, there are typically only one or two sessions I even manage to find the time to get to
That’s why I’m making a note here for myself, and others, to take a quick look at the recorded sessions page. It’s not the same as being there for the session as it happens, but when you can’t be there getting the information is better than nothing!Tags: ILTA
Yes it’s true, after last year’s new experience of attending the annual ILTA Conference as a vendor as opposed to an attendee, I’ll be repeating that this year. I expect it to be similar to last year, there won’t be as many opportunities to socialize with my old contacts and attendees, because I’ll be trying to support AccessData’s efforts more than attend sessions. Still, I hope some of you who I haven’t had the chance to see since last year will take a moment to stop by and say hello! I will definitely be at our booth on Monday evening Aug 19th, for the opening of the vendor hall, and should be spending much of my time in our demo room (Messina) on Tuesday and Wednesday.
So come on by and catch up, ok? And if you want a demo of Summation 5.0 or AD eDiscovery 5.0, I’ll be glad to do that for you too, but I won’t force it on you. Promise…
Of course, if you want to try and meetup elsewhere let me know and I’ll get you a way to get in touch with me at the show.Tags: AccessData, eDiscovery, ILTA, Summation