Guy is a lawyer, technologist and business-oriented strategic thinker who has been focusing on the challenge of how to apply technology to meet the business goals of law firms for over 20 years. His current responsibilities include improving the firm's knowledge management, software development, training and information governance functions. Guy works closely with these departments on a strategic and tactical level, from providing general direction to setting budgets, managing goals and implementing new technology and better processes to streamline work, reduce cost and achieve competitive advantage. His technology ownership includes the firm's intranet, extranets, enterprise search, enterprise workflow, end-user training, taxonomy and content management, knowledge banks, and custom software development for internal teams and client-facing projects. The vast majority of this work has been done on the SharePoint platform, including Office 365. Guy joined Kelley Drye 11 years ago. Prior to joining Kelley Drye, he was the director of practice management for six years at Brown Raysman Thelen Reid, where he created the firm’s knowledge management, software development and litigation support departments. He is the co-author of several books on using computers in the law office, published by the ABA and West Publishing, and frequently speaks at conferences such as ILTACON.