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Judy Okenfuss Quoted in <i>Indiana Lawyer</i>: "5G Cell Service Creates New Data Possibilities for L Judy Okenfuss Quoted in <i>Indiana Lawyer</i>: "5G Cell Service Creates New Data Possibilities for L

Judy Okenfuss Quoted in Indiana Lawyer: "5G Cell Service Creates New Data Possibilities for Lawyers"

Judy OkenfussIce Miller LLP managing partner Judy Okenfuss was quoted in the Indiana Lawyer article, "5G Cell Service Creates New Data Possibilities for Lawyers."

The article included:

The new technology will likely have a significant impact on the internet of things, which is the concept of electronic devices “talking” to one another, Okenfuss said. She gave the example of a smartphone app being used to remotely lock and unlock a door.

With the increased connectivity promised with 5G service, Okenfuss said the internet of things can grow stronger by expanding its data collection capabilities. That could enable smartphones to perform data analytics on their own, she said, which could allow lawyers to access information clients care about without having to be in the office.

“I’m out with my phone visiting a client and they ask, ‘Where are we on that matter?’” Okenfuss said. “I can hit a few buttons and get real-time financial data, so if the client is trying to budget, you have the data right there with you.”


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