2017 ARMA Greater Columbus Spring Seminar

Information Governance Bootcamp

IGI Founder and Chair Bennett B. Borden

New and powerful technologies are changing the way we communicate, conduct business, and record our history. We are rapidly progressing beyond the paper to electronic record transition into a more visual, multi-media world of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube to reach our customers, colleagues, and communities. As a result, the Records and Information Management (RIM) profession is experiencing a major transformation from traditional records management to a broader paradigm of comprehensive governance of all organizational information and content.

The Greater Columbus Chapter of ARMA International #ARMAGC is embracing this new world with our Spring Seminar: Information Governance Boot Camp.

The seminar is scheduled on Thursday, May 18th starting at 8am and will be held in the Ashland Auditorium at:
Ashland LLC., 5200 Blazer Parkway, Dublin, OH 43017

The Special Functions room will be available for folks to use for lunch meetings etc as it is located next to the Cafeteria.

Approval Pending for CIP credits and CRM credits.

This year’s speaker is Bennett B. Borden, a globally recognized authority on the legal, technological and policy implications of information.

Bennett has focused his career on helping clients use the power of information governance to drive strategic outcomes, reduce e-discovery costs, and improve business operations.

Beginning with his work in the intelligence community, and continuing to his current positions as Chief Data Scientist and Chair of Information Governance at Drinker Biddle & Reath, LLP, Founder & Chair of the Information Governance Initiative, and Executive Managing Director of Tritura IG LLC, Bennett understands that electronic information is a reflection of human thought, choice and conduct. Properly leveraged and protected, information can be a powerful force in achieving business, governmental and societal objectives. Harnessing this force and harvesting the benefits of its application is what drives Bennett’s work.

Bennett is Chair of the Cloud Computing Committee and Vice Chair of the eDiscovery and Digital Evidence Committee of the Science and Technology Law Section of the American Bar Association. He is also a founding member of the steering committee for the Electronic Discovery Section of the District of Columbia Bar, an Information Governance drafting group member of The Sedona Conference, an Advisory Committee Member for the Georgetown Paralegal Studies Program and a Board Member for the D.C. Chapter of ARMA.

He is a frequent speaker and author and a guest lecturer at Georgetown University Law Center, the University of Virginia Law School, Temple University Law School, and the University of Maryland College of Information Studies.

In addition to conducting both offensive and defensive electronic discovery in complex litigation, Bennett has extensive experience counseling clients on the establishment of information governance and records management policies. He regularly advises multinational clients regarding data privacy, security, and regulatory compliance.

Bennett will present four informative, dynamic sessions:

Session 1 Identifying & Coordinating the Facets of IG
Session 2 Forming & Running an IG Steering Committee
Session 3 Getting Started: Quick & Dirty or Big Bang?
Session 4 Deep Dive on Remediation.

Join us to learn how to ensure compliance, minimize risk, and strengthen your records management policies and processes!

$99.00 for Session 1 & 2 – 8:00am to Noon
$99.00 for Session 3 & 4 – 1pm to 5:00 pm
$149.00 for all Sessions (before April 30th)
$198.00 for all Sessions (received after April 30th)

Lunch is included if attending all sessions

April 2017 ARMA Greater Columbus Chapter Meeting

The ARMA Greater Columbus Chapter monthly meeting for April will focus on the topic of Email Management by Integro.

Presenters will be Scott Burt, President, John Frost, VP and ARMA Fellow, and Andrea Nelson, Marketing.

For years, email management has been a topic at just about every ARMA conference, or a subject at one of the chapter meetings held during the year. It’s that elephant in the room that nobody really wants to deal with because it seems SO overwhelming. Are you thinking about implementing an email management project at your company? Or maybe you’re just getting started and don’t know where to go next. Join us to hear about a current project Integro is working on with one of their clients. Integro will share their struggles and successes, and let you know what to expect as you get ready to deal with the most difficult (and fun) project you’ll ever undertake.

This is a lunch meeting held from 11:30 am – 2:00 pm at Hofbrauhaus Columbus in Grandview Yard in the Schalander Banquet room.

Registration cost includes lunch.

Attendees can choose from the Hofbrauhaus event lunch menu which includes gluten free and vegetarian options.

Free parking is available in the parking structure behind the restaurant.

Hofbrauhaus Columbus
800 Goodale Street
Columbus, Ohio 43212

March 2017 ARMA Greater Columbus Chapter Meeting

The ARMA Columbus Greater Chapter welcomes Pari Swift, CRM, and Nathan Owens, both from the Ohio Attorney General’s Office to present at our upcoming March meeting.

Come learn the tools of the trade as Pari Swift, Senior Records Manager, and Nathan Owens, Electronic Records Analyst share how they Engage Non-Records Personnel in Electronic Records Education.

This is a lunch meeting held on March 16th, 2017 from 11:30 am – 2:00 pm at Hofbrauhaus Columbus in Grandview Yard in the Schalander Banquet room. Registration cost includes lunch.

Attendees can choose from the Hofbrauhaus event lunch menu which includes gluten free and vegetarian options.

Free parking is available in the parking structure behind the restaurant.

Hofbrauhaus Columbus
800 Goodale Street
Columbus, Ohio 43212

 

February 2017 ARMA Greater Columbus Chapter Meeting

To delete or not delete; that is the question that will be addressed during our next ARMA Greater Columbus Chapter meeting.
Ben Hubble of Wendy’s International is our guest speaker for February’s meeting topic on the subject of Defensible Deletion.

Join us as Ben Hubble, a proven Records Manager with both experience and information governance and regulatory compliance expertise in development and implementation of corporate policies encompassing Data Retention, Data Management, E-Discovery, and Enterprise Content Management.

This is a lunch meeting held from 11:30 am – 2:00 pm at Hofbrauhaus Columbus in Grandview Yard in the Schalander Banquet room. Registration cost includes lunch.

Attendees can choose from the Hofbrauhaus event lunch menu which includes gluten free and vegetarian options.

Free parking is available in the parking structure behind the restaurant.

Hofbrauhaus Columbus in Grandview Yard

Schalander Banquet Room

800 Goodale Street

Columbus, Ohio 43212


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