Wisconsin Chapter


  • Microsoft Cloud Security & Compliance

    Oct 25, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM (CT)

    Microsoft Cloud Security & Compliance -
    A look at the current state of securing information assets in an online world

    Security is (or should be) at the forefront of everything we do in our enterprises and personal lives. The Microsoft cloud offers a sometimes overwhelming variety of solutions ensure we always know where our content is and who has access to it. In this session we will go through the most important of these new solutions. We’ll also demonstrate how you could get started with tools such as Data Loss Prevention, Retention, Classification Labels & Policies to keep your content secure and compliant. Finally, we’ll summarize key security and compliance announcements from Microsoft’s Ignite conference.

    Matt Engibous and Pete Hurth, who help enterprises of all sizes with their collaboration needs, will be breaking down this topic for everyone.

    Location:          
    Concurrency, Inc.
    13600 Bishops Ct.
    Brookfield, WI 53005            

    Date:                 
    October 25, 2018

    Time:                 
    9:00 – 11:00

    Cost:                 
    $10.00 AIIM & ARMA Members
    $15.00 Non-Members

    Brookfield, WI, United States

  • AIIM Wisconsin - Milwaukee Bar Association Law & Technology Conference

    Nov 30, 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM (CST)

    AIIM Wisconsin & Milwaukee Bar Association

    Law & Technology Conference

    Join us at the Westin Hotel in downtown Milwaukee for the latest information regarding the intersection of law and technology.

    Techno jargon like "dark web," "cyber insurance," and "artificial intelligence" are commonly heard as we advance further into the 21st Century.  Fully understanding these evolving ideas can be challenging, and knowing how to harness them for our professional benefit can be even trickier.  Let the annual Law and Technology Conference sponsored by AIIM Wisconsin and the Milwaukee Bar Association be your guide through the exciting and sometimes scary, digital world.

    The conference keynote, Byron Franz, Special Agent from the Milwaukee Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, will address cyber and insider threats to business secrets and suggest possible mitigations.  Throughout the day are two-tracks of sessions covering a variety of topics.  Sessions range from how technology is changing case law, the relevance of the Dark Web to legal professionals, and how artificial intelligence impact the practice of law, to the right tools to properly protect documents, using technology to balance your life, and ways to find, leverage and protect information.  The day concludes with the perennial favorite, a fast-paced and fun round-robin freestyle session about the latest nd greatest technology tips, tricks and tools.

    Breakfast and lunch are included.  Register online, and find the complete conference schedule and speaker bios at bit.ly/LawTechCon.  Those with event questions should contact Lesley Luehrs, event coordinator, at (414) 276-5932 lluehrs@milwbar.org or Paul Fisher (414) 305-7148 pfisher@databankimx.com.  

    2018 Program Topics 

    ·       Cyber security

    ·       Information Architecture & Information Management

    ·       Electronic discovery update

    ·       Cyber insurance

    ·       Responding to a security breach

    ·       Tour of the dark web

    ·       Artificial Intelligence

    ·       Ethics & Technology

    ·       Effectively using technology to manage work

    ·       Technology tips and tricks

    Tickets:
    $119.00 AIIM & ARMA Members
    $184.00 MBA Member
    $184.00 EDWBA Member 
    $245.00 Non-Member

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    Milwaukee, WI, United States

  • Philip Droege, Director of the White House Office of Records Management

    Mar 14, 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM (CT)

    What is it like to archive an entire president’s administration, from desk drawer papers to Snapchat photos, and the next day begin logging Inauguration Day data files? In March, you can ask the Director of the White House Office of Records Management how they do it!  Please join us in welcoming the Director of the White House Office of Records Management, Philip Droepe, from Washington, DC, as he describes the unique challenges of managing presidential records.   Imagine the experiences Philip will share from his over 27 years in the White House, including; working with the White House staff, obligations under the Presidential Records Act, how changes are handled during the Presidential transitions, and more! 

    This lunch event will be hosted in Madison, and we will be announcing the meeting location soon. Registration is open, so reserve your seat now. 

    Philip Droege currently serves as the Director of the White House Office of Records Management.  He grew up in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, DC and graduated from Concordia College in Seward, Nebraska in 1989. Mr. Droege started his professional life as a high school teacher on Long Island, New York.  In July of 1990 he moved back to Washington, DC to take a job in the White House as a Records Technician.  During his 27 years in the Office of Records Management, he has served in five Presidential Administrations as a Records Analyst, Supervisor, Deputy Director and his current position as Director, which he has held since 2004.

    This event is in conjunction with ARMA Madison and  ARMA Milwaukee.

    Madison, WI, United States

  • Tour of Briggs & Stratton

    May 17, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (CT)
    AIIM Wisconsin Tour of Briggs & Stratton &
    Discussion of Enterprise Information Management Initiatives 


    Please join the AIIM Wisconsin and ARMA Milwaukee Chapters on May 17th for a tour of Briggs & Stratton and an overview of their Enterprise Information Management program. Briggs & Stratton will provide an overview of their Records & Information Management program, including information governance, automation, enterprise imaging and collaboration initiatives. In addition, Briggs & Stratton will discuss integration with existing line of business platforms and applications including SAP and Google. 
    Wauwatosa, WI, United States