"Blogs, Wikis, and Big Data--OH My!--Redefining RIM from Education to Implementation." ARMA Metro MD Spring 2013 Seminar
ARMA Metro MD presents
“Blogs, Wikis, and Big Data – Oh My! – Redefining RIM from Education to Implementation”
The records and information professional faces a multitude of challenges in the current business climate. Whether one’s career has been a transition from paper to electronic or developing coordination with other areas such as business, legal and IT, one thing is for sure : “We are not in Kansas Anymore.”
Join us for a day of presentations, discussions and networking on electronic records,… Show more archives, and digital preservation and the ways in which mobile, cloud, and social media are driving these changes.
(We are offering this full day seminar at a reduced rate compared to past seminars in order to provide an education and networking opportunity during these challenging financial times.)
CRM Credits Pending
8:30 – 9:00 Registration
9:00 – 9:15 Welcome
9:15 – 9:45 Keyn ote Presentation – Mike Miller
A Perspective from Educator and Practitioner
Teachers are like Janus, the ancient Roman god of transitions, looking to both the past and the future. In this keynote presentation, Mike Miller, who has taught graduate-level records management classes since the mid 1990s, will explore the impact of changing technology and business processes on how records management theory and practice are presented in graduate programs. The presentation will examine the relationships between some current records management practices and more traditional RIM thinking and evaluate the extent to which traditional ideas are paper-based rather than records-based.
9:45 – 10:30 Chad Doran
Current Research and Best Practices for Managing Social Media Records
This session will review recent research on managing social media record and how records managers can adapt practices to address these rapidly changing tools and applications. Upon completion of this session participants will be able to: (1) Understand the issues and challenges of managing social media records, (2) Identify published standards, reports, and guidance for managing Web 2.0 records, and (3) Understand practical strategies for managing social media records within organizations.
10:30 – 10:45 Break
10:45 – 11:30 Andy Potter
Records Management: Nice to Know or Need to Know?
In many organizations, traditional approaches to RM training haves been primarily based on leader-led classroom based efforts. In the modern office everyone is creating and managing records in multiple formats all the time. Records systems can be paper-based or digital and the question is whether it might be better to provide system support based on the point of need rather than assume users will retain information delivered in the classroom setting.
11:30 – 12:15 Robert Spangler
Moving the Needle
Changing the mix of skills needed to deal with the shift of the US Government to an all-electronic records environment." NARA has an enormous role to play in dealing with e-records management, preservation and access across the Federal Government. What we work with are indeed "records," but they are also specific, highly technical, and often very complex entities known as computer files. The skill set needed to work with this content on a technical level, within an intellectual framework provided by archivists and records managers, will be quite different as we move further into the 21st Century.
12:15 – 1:15 Lunch (box lunch provided)
1:15 – 2:30 Presentation(s) – Vendors
“Collaboration, Interoperability, and RIM Compliance - Lessons Learned,” Joel Limerick, President/CEO, Document Systems, Inc. (DSI)
Today’s records and information managers find themselves interacting with an increasingly interconnected and profoundly social user base. These interconnections are facilitated by devices which are persistently connected to global networks which enable individuals to broadcast their likes, interests and insights. This presentation will demonstrate the power of the content management interoperability standards (CMIS) and CMIS clients like IBM Connections to interconnect MS Office, email clients and content repositories like SharePoint while enforcing RIM policies.
“The Evolution of Cloud as a Computing Platform: Options for the Enterprise,” Anthony Lewandowski Ph.D., Enterprise Solutions Architect, Project Performance Corporation (PPC)
Starting with the invention of the hypervisor in the late 70’s and it’s commercialization beginning in the late 90’s, hardware virtualization seeks to abstract computing resources from the physical infrastructure and machines used to deliver those resources. Modern cloud computing platforms evolved from this concept, and have radically transformed the way we can deliver computing resources to the enterprise. Delivering on this abstraction, cloud platforms can offer customers the benefits of private/public cloud solutions including improved agility and responsiveness, reduced total cost of ownership, and increased business alignment and focus - all things that will increasingly impinge on records management and information governance. This presentation will review the current state of cloud computing, the major service offerings and what options organizations have to leverage this new capability.
“Records Retention, Compliance, and Governance : Lessons of Experience,” Fred V. Diers, CRM, FAI, Vice President/General Manager of GRM Information Services (GRM)
Fred will discuss his lessons of RIM experience that will provide the following common sense techniques for individuals and organizations using social media and big data: identifying and communicating information risks; creating fact-based records retention schedules; identifying external and internal impacts causing process changes and compliance necessities; clarifying governance package scope; maintaining compliance with regulations; and implementing and assuring policy sustainability.
“Building on Success! SharePoint, Records Management, and the Cloud,” Tim Shinkle, Senior Director, Gimmal
Back in 2011 78% of Fortune 500 companies were already SharePoint users and according to Microsoft 98% of the Federal Government now own SharePoint. SharePoint has emerged as the platform of choice for sharing, collaborating and managing unstructured content. Records Managers are wise to build on this success. One of the biggest challenges facing records managers has been end user adoption. SharePoint has broken through the user adoption problem by providing a robust web based collaborative portal that users want to use. This presentation discusses the impact of SharePoint on RM and where the Cloud might take it.
2:30 – 3:00 Break/ Prizes
3:00 – 4:00 Panel Discussion - student/practitioner/vendor
For updates and registration, go to our new website at http://www.arma-metromd.org .
If interested in sponsorship for this event, please see information on sponsorship or contact John Milligan at 202-557-6703 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
About our Morning Speakers :
Michael Miller is the Director of RIM Consulting at Array Information Technology and teaches electronic records management at Drexel University and the University of Maryland. He has over 35 years of experience in Federal records including Director of Modern Records at the National Archives and Records Administration and National Program Manager for Records Management at the EPA. Key areas of expertise include electronic records and Federal records management policy. Mike holds a PhD from The Ohio State University and is a Certified Records Manager and a Certified Archivist. A frequent writer and speaker on records management issues, his current professional interest is exploring the critical success factors for records management programs and their interrelationships.
Chad Doran, CRM has over ten years of experience in the field of records and information management in the legal, research and development, and government sectors. Chad is currently the Chief Records Management Officer of Arlington County, where he is responsible for developing and implementing the first county-wide records and information management program. Prior to this, he was a Records Manager at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab in Laurel, MD and at Preston, Gates, Ellis and Rouvelas Meeds LLP in Washington DC. Chad is also a PhD candidate in Information Studies at the University of Maryland's iSchool in College Park, MD, where he is researching how federal agencies manage records generated by social media applications. Prior to that, Chad earned a Masters in Information Management (MIM) from the University of Maryland, a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from Johns Hopkins University, and a B.A. in Government from the University of Notre Dame. Chad is a Certified Records Manager and is the outgoing President of the Greater Baltimore Maryland Chapter (GBMC) of ARMA. Chad is the 2012 ARMA International Education Foundation Rita Holt Scholarship recipient and has served on the ARMA International Standards Development team that published the technical report titled Using Social Media in Organizations. Chad is the author of several articles including Anticipating Disruptive Innovation in Records Management and Governing the Social Network: How U.S. Federal Department and Agency Records Management Policies are Addressing Social Media Content.
Andy Potter joined the National Archives in 1990 after completing a Masters in History with a concentration in archives and records management at Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington. Served as Appraisal and Disposition Branch Chief at the Federal Records Center in Pittsfield, MA (1993-1996). Served as Archivist and Senior Records Analyst in NARA's Northeast region as region's primary records management trainer (1996-2011). Currently serving as a supervisor in NARA's National Records Management Training Program, Online Content Development and Delivery Section. Mr. Spangler has been a senior IT Specialist at NARA for 12 years, and has worked on large scale IT support projects and related technologies in the Washington DC area for more than 30 years. He has worked in this capacity as a contractor and government employee, and in private industry, with a particular focus on enterprise email systems. Before joining NARA, his recent experience included 10 years managing email and office systems at the Executive Office of the President and for Citibank’s global financial and traditional messaging systems. At NARA, he has been a major part of the effort to process, preserve, and provide access to the wide variety of electronic records generated in the Federal government, and to assist Federal agencies in understanding how their records management solutions can work with NARA’s requirements. Mr. Spangler is a native of Pittsburgh, and hold a BS degree in Information Systems and an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh.
About our Afternoon Speakers :
Mr. Limerick has worked with public sector managers and executives since 1995 to solve mission critical information management problems by leveraging DSI’s services and technology offerings. Joel has guided DSI’s strategic direction from the company’s origin in electronic document imaging through the development of electronic content management systems. Today, DSI is helping DoD, civilian and state and local agencies achieve outcomes by automating workflows and deploying advanced interfaces for content management.
M r. Lewandowski is an Enterprise Solutions Architect at PPC focusing on custom application development in .NET and open-source technologies for federal and state government agencies. Anthony’s experience covers designing and developing scalable, object-oriented, message-driven SOA, n-tier, and peer-to-peer systems. Anthony is a key member of the Cloud Shapers team at PPC that is helping our clients through our Cloud Realization Services. PPC is a technology and management consulting firm delivering innovative Information Technology, Knowledge Management, and Sustainability Solutions. Our multi-disciplined teams develop open-source solutions enabling public and private-sector customers to make the most of limited IT budgets.
Mr. Diers is the head of GRM’s new knowledge-based division, The Solutions Group, Vice President, and General Manager. Fred brings 40 years of global experience in meeting new and existing clients’ Information Management needs. Fred is the former Director of the Governance, Risk and Compliance Practice for the Judge Consulting Group. In this role, he has worked with information technology and corporate law functions to develop Governance, Risk, and Compliance process solutions for multinational organizations, including Tyco International, Toyota, News Corporation, Pfizer, Alcoa and CSL Biotherapies. As a globally recognized leader in the field of Records and Information Management. Fred has supervised the successful implementation of electronic and paper records management programs for companies operating in over 80 countries . Among his many professional accomplishments, Fred is a Certified Records Manager, a Fellow of ARMA International, an Emmett Leahy Distinguished Achievement Award Winner and a past President of both the International Records Management Counsel and the Association of Records Managers and Administrators (ARMA International).
Mr. Shinkle is a Senior Director at Gimmal with 20 years of experience in the IT industry specializing in information management. Prior to Gimmal Tim spent several years running a small services company, Perpetual Logic, focused on content and records management solutions. Previous to Perpetual Logi che spent two years with EMC 2 Documentum as their RM Industry Director and Director of Global Government Solutions. Before EMC 2 Tim was CTO for three years for the RMA software company TrueArc where he participated in the first ever DOD 5015.2 RMA software compliance testing and patented the first use of auto-categorization technology for electronic records. Tim has been published in several IT trade magazines and has spoken at many AIIM, ARMA and technology conferences.
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