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Topic: AIIM meeting January 24, 2018 

1.  AIIM meeting January 24, 2018

Posted 01-16-2018 13:09
The Long Island Chapter of AIIM/ARMA is having a dinner meeting on January 24, 2018. Come down for this great networking and educational opportunity!

LONG ISLAND CHAPTER OF AIIM/ARMA
Monthly Dinner Meeting

 

DATE:    Wednesday, January 24, 2018               TIME: 5:30 - 7:30 pm

 

LOCATION:    National Grid
                        175 Old Country Road
                        Hicksville NY 11801

                       

RSVP:  January 22nd to Deb Tamborski @ 516-545-2262 or Mike Addiego @516-545-5577

                       

CHARGE:      Members $20; Non-members $25; Lecture only & Students $15.

                       Checks payable to ARMA, Long Island Chapter

 

Topic:              Putting Information Governance in Its Place

 Information governance creates a strategic framework that aligns information-related initiatives with an organization's mission.  It has quickly become the focus of records management attention in companies, government agencies, and other organizations, but its relationship to RIM remains confusing.  Is it a new field or a rebranding of well-established ideas, an evolved form of records management or a replacement for it?  This presentation will review the key characteristics of information governance, emphasizing its distinctive characteristics, its business justification, and its relationship to records management.  The session is based on content from the speaker's book Information Governance: Concepts, Requirements, Technology, which was published by ARMA International in 2016.

 

Speaker:          William Saffady 

William Saffady is an experienced records management and information governance consultant and researcher based in New York City.   He is the author of over three dozen books and many articles on records management, record retention, document storage and retrieval technologies, and other information management topics.  His latest book, Record Retention Requirements: A Guide to 100 Commonly-Encountered Record Series, will be published in January 2018 by ARMA International.   

 

 

Directions: LIE to exit 41 (south). Large signs indicate Routes 106 & 107. Take service road to the 2nd traffic light, Broadway and make a right turn (south). Stay on Broadway to Old Country Road. Make a left turn onto Old Country Road. Right hand corners have a Green Point Savings Bank and Walgreens. Left corners have a Gas Station and 7-11 (under construction.) Travel east on Old Country Road approximately 1/2 mile to building on right side. Large flagpole in front of building.

 



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Michael Addiego
National Grid
516-545-5577
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