Posts tagged "Lisa Niday"

February 22, 2013

Tools with Impact

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While my colleagues attended the Adobe Government Assembly last week (see Jerry’s post), I was in San Bernardino presenting a session for the District Attorney’s Office on Technical Training around Adobe Acrobat XI. About 50 attendees from the district attorney’s office had an entire day of training on how to use tools and technology that improves their effectiveness at prosecuting defendants.

I quickly realized these attorneys often compete with private defense attorneys, who many times have more staff and money to buy better tools. That particular day in San Bernardino was especially telling for my audience, as the manhunt for Christopher Dorner was in full pursuit and their own San Bernardino County officers were at the forefront of the chase. This district attorney’s office would potentially be responsible for the prosecution of Dorner. It really caused me to realize I was teaching them how to leverage a powerful a tool to help them better do their job- prosecute defendants.

Redaction Slide from training.

Redaction Slide from training.

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December 30, 2008

Contributor: Lisa Niday

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Lisa Niday has been involved in the publishing industry for the past 30 years, holding positions in sales, art direction, sales management, and publishing in the newspaper, magazine, and design industries. She has been a consultant, trainer, and instructor in desktop publishing, prepress, and design at corporations, resellers, and colleges.  For the past 13 years Lisa has excelled here at Adobe Systems in diverse positions, including application engineer (solutions consultant), technical resources manager and business development manager. Prior to joining Adobe, Lisa owned and operated a design firm for 12 years. She is an Adobe certified expert in Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Acrobat. She currently works with public sector customers, where she happily helps them realize how Adobe software will help their agencies be more productive.

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