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Tech start-ups get tips at venture summit
02-21-2007, Tulsa World - Robert Evatt
More than 100 attend the two-day conference. [read more]

Dr. Manes Presents at Oklahoma Venture Forum
02-15-2007, Avansic - Corporate
The Oklahoma Venture Forum (OVF) is a non-profit corporation organized to encourage economic development in Oklahoma. The OVF works to increase the utilization of Oklahoma's resources, resulting in the establishment and growth of new and existing business ventures. [read more]

OKDFP Earns Innovator of the Year Award
02-12-2007, The Journal Record - Jessica Mitchell
OKLAHOMA CITY – As a testament to Oklahoma’s growing progress in business innovation, The Journal Record in April will present 50 awards at its largest-ever Innovator of the Year banquet. The awards include the biggest class of On the Brink winners as well as a new category – the Creativity Award. [read more]

8 On Your Side: Keeping Your Home Computer Safe from Hackers
02-08-2007, 8 On Your Side - Mark Bradshaw
Tulsa - Is your home computer safe from hackers? One recent report about cyberspace security shows that 86-percent of all attacks against computers are now directed at home users. That's because they are less likely to have adequate security measures in place. 8 On Your Side's Mark Bradshaw shows you [read more]

Dr. Manes to Headline American Inns of Court - Tulsa Chapter Meeting
01-10-2007, Avansic - Corporate
Dr. Gavin Manes will headline the American Inns of Court - Tulsa Chapter Meeting on January 23rd at 6:00 pm. He will cover the topics of Digital Forensics, the importance of metadata, and the changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure that became effective on December 1, 2006. The meeting will [read more]

Tulsa firm foresees growth meeting demands: New civil rule changes escalate lawyer, company risks.
12-21-2006, The Journal Record - Kirby Lee Davis
TULSA – The issue places such need and risk on law firms that Gavin W. Manes expects meeting the demand will quadruple revenue at his Tulsa firm in one quarter. [read more]

Federal Rule Change Spurs Demand for Digital Forensics
12-13-2006, Tulsa Business Journal - Staff
Due to an increasing number of court cases relying on digital evidence, the Supreme Court has enacted new rules that will require businesses to retain more electronic records, say local digital experts Oklahoma Digital Forensics Professionals Inc. [read more]

Digital Experts Offer Tips to Avoid Identity Theft
11-16-2006, Avansic - Corporate
Oklahoma Digital Forensics Professionals released today a series of tips to help consumers make safe online purchases this holiday season. More than 47 percent of American consumers plan to purchase holiday gifts online this year, contributing to a nearly $5 billion industry, according to a recent study [read more]

OKDFP exhibits at Oklahoma Bar Association Annual Meeting
11-12-2006, Avansic - Corporate
Oklahoma DFP presented a booth at the trade show portion of the Oklahoma Bar Association's annual meeting in Oklahoma City, November 2005. [read more]

OKDFP Participates in 2006 Oklahoma Bar Association's Annual Meeting
10-27-2006, Avansic - Corporate
The 2006 OBA annual meeting returns to the eastern shores of the Arkansas River at the Crown Plaza Hotel in downtown Tulsa for three days for interesting and enjoyable professional development. Whether you seek to renew law school acquaintances, obtain your CLE requirements with some of the finest programs [read more]

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