Q & A with Tiana Van Dyk
As a continuation to our "What Makes Technology in Practice Unique" series, after our Q & A with Debbie Miller based in Toronto, we took things out West to get the perspective of Tiana Van Dyk based in Calgary...
Tiana Van Dyk | Manager, Litigation Support & Ediscovery, Burnet Duckworth & Palmer LLP
Tiana originally joined us as a Technology in Practice speaker last year when she presented alongside George Socha to introduce the eDiscovery Self Assessment Test (eMSAT-1, www.edrm.net/resources/emsat1) and on the "Evolution of Legal Project Management" panel, and we are thrilled to have her join us once again in 2015.
When she's not speaking at Technology in Practice, Tiana works on implementing ediscovery as a business process while proactively managing discovery costs. She works closely with clients to implement information management technologies, while defining standard procedures around the collection, processing, and production of client data. Tiana expertly manages projects to configure technology solutions that are both scalable and cost effective, and she balances services, processes, and technology to meet the needs of every client. She leverages her broad talent and expertise to help clients realize a successful outcome at every stage in their projects.
Tiana is also an active contributor to EDRM, and most recently has started contributing regularly to this Technology in Practice blog.
Q1. What do you find most valuable about attending Technology in Practice?
"Sharing information and insight with a wide variety of peers in the Canadian market that I can directly relate to.