AIIM True North: Missing “Bytes”: The Critical Role of Information Governance in the SDLC Process

When:  Jul 16, 2024 from 12:30 to 13:30 (ET)
Associated with  AIIM Open Forum

AIIM True North would like to invite you to a webinar on Tuesday, July 16, 2024 at 12:30 PM ET. The presentation will discuss the critical role of IG in System / Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) process. 

Does your organization have a Software/System Development Lifecycle (SDLC) process? Is your Information Governance (IG) team an active participant in that process? If you answered “no” to either of these questions, you are missing a fundamental piece of your organization’s IG program, not to mention missing stores of information that your IG team should be actively addressing. To effectively manage information throughout its lifecycle, you need to understand and make informed decisions about the systems and applications that touch or through which information will pass throughout its life. In this session, we will introduce the fundamentals of the SDLC process, discuss why organizations should have one, and identify specific steps in the process where IG input is critical to the SDLC process.

Date: Tuesday, July 16, 2024
Time: 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM ET

Learning Objectives: By attending this session, you will:

  • Learn the origin, history, and components of the SDLC process
  • Understand the IG implications of the SDLC process and the important role IG / RIM professionals can play
  • Learn how to map the SDLC to the day-to-day operations of an IG program

Ann K. Snyder, founder and Principal at IG Standard, LLC, is an Information Governance (IG) thought leader, researcher, writer, and speaker. Her experience includes data remediation; data mining / analytics; e-discovery; IG process building / improvements; IG technologies; IG program maturity assessment / gap analysis; long-term digital preservation; and IG program training. She is also an experienced litigator whose practice has included catastrophic personal injury cases, contract disputes, First Amendment / free speech advocacy, as well as large scale, complex litigation in the areas of antitrust, intellectual property, and products liability litigation.

Susie Okuhara is a Senior Manager of Business Analysis at a major biopharma company in Cambridge, MA. Over the last three decades, Susie has traversed through multiple industries transforming business teams in CPG manufacturing, education, regulatory and research laboratories, family ministries and clinical sciences. Through business area analysis, strategy planning, project management, listening and coaching, Susie enjoys exploring and enabling possibilities with all her customers.

Eugene (Gene) Stakhov, CRM, CIP is the Information Governance Practice Lead at enChoice, Inc., with a technical background in software development.  During his consulting-focused career, Gene has provided clients with expert guidance on matters ranging from enterprise taxonomy development to technical system implementation solutions in the Banking/Finance, Insurance, Healthcare and Utilities sectors. His work includes implementing a highly visible, complex email and electronic records management initiative to address the regulatory compliance challenges of a large utilities company.  This solution won the IBM Innovation in Technology AwardGene has been an ARMA member since 2005 and a perennial leader of the Metropolitan New York City-Long Island Chapter, ultimately shepherding it through the end of the tumultuous 2020 season at the helm as President. Along the way, he’s been recognized for his contributions on numerous occasions, including being honored with the Chapter Leader of the Year (2019-2020), Honored Member of the Year (2020-2021), and ARMA International’s Member of the Year (2019-2020) awards. He currently serves as a Chapter Success Advisor on ARMA International’s Chapter Advisory Committee.