Today, I had the great pleasure of being one of the speakers at Ryerson University's broad consultation on the possibility of adopting cloud computing at the university. It was an incredibly high-quality event with a packed auditorium (in the middle of reading week, no less) and a very engaged audience.
My presentation is here:
If you can't see the embedded presentation, try this link: https://docs.google.com/present/view?id=ddpx56cg_415c4c8k5g5&interval=60
The full symposium was webcast live and will be available here:
- Morning session, including introductions, Ontario Commissioner Anne Cavoukian and me.
- Afternoon session, including presentations by Google, Microsoft, James Turk (Executive Director, Canadian Association of University Teachers), panel discussion and next steps by the University
If you want to see the many, many tweets which were sent out, search Twitter for #ryeprivacy.
UPDATE: Over at Slaw.ca, Dan Michaluk, who was at the symposium, has posted a few of his observations on the day: Commissioner Cavoukian says the Patriot Act is nothing.