What do you Gain from a
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  • Interact with today's top experts as they reveal proven tips, tactics and techniques throughout the day
  • Engage top vendors during interactive booth times; test drive live product demos
  • Network with hundreds of your peers from around the world
  • And more

Registration is now open for the Information Governance Symposium on June 7!

Emails, credit card transactions, digital images, mobile device data, and social media sites are just a few sources generating more bytes of information for organizations today than in the past few decades combined. The regulatory environment is equally daunting. Following the aftermath of the economic crisis, legal scrutiny intensified and so did the pressure facing organizations to deliver a fast, cost-effective response to legal and audit requests.

With larger, more complex data sets, CIOs, compliance officers and records management professionals must work together. By bridging the gap across departments that can slow e-discovery response, you can craft a strategy that brings value to your organization through governance, and integrates sound corporate information policies with strong IT enforcement.

In a live, half-day virtual seminar on Thursday, June 7, leading compliance and records management educators SearchCompliance and ARMA International bring together information governance experts to help you collaborate effectively among legal, IT and RIM departments; manage information effectively; improve operational efficiency; minimize organizational risk and much more.

Reserve your seat now for this one-day complimentary virtual event.

Sessions and Speakers

About Brian Barnier
Principal, ValueBridge Advisors, LLC

Session I: How Collaboration with Records Management Can Simplify Your Job

This session will provide guidance for IT leaders who need to streamline requirements and simplify design, implementation, and operations of systems that enable management of business records. It suggests a practical path to simplification by better utilizing proven industry practices in records and information management to:

  • Shape a more streamlined, cross-silo approach to the business need
  • Get ahead of business user requirements and reach a more stable IT solution design point

Brian Barnier, principal analyst and advisor, ValueBridge Advisors, and Fellow of OCEG analyzes “what works,” advising boards and management on performance, risk, and oversight. He teaches continuing education for risk, finance, legal, IT, and audit professionals. Barnier has penned more than 100 articles, been quoted widely, contributed to Risk Management in Finance (Wiley, San Francisco, 2009), and authored The Operational Risk Handbook for Financial Companies (Harriman House, London, 2011). He has also served on multiple professional guidance committees.


Jason Stearns, CRM

Corporate Records Manager, New York Life
Insurance Company

Session III: Measuring Information Governance Program Success

How do you judge whether your organization is doing enough in the area of information governance? Whether your information governance program is just beginning or you have been managing records for decades, it makes sense to understand how well your program is performing against best practice.

This session will cover a variety of reasons for establishing internal benchmarks, standards and best practices against which to measure information governance, and some of the approaches available to get you started.

Jason Stearns, CRM, is the corporate vice president and corporate records manager at New York Life Insurance Company, where he is responsible for records management strategy, enterprise program development, compliance, and education. New York Life is the honored recipient of the first ARMA International Cobalt Award for excellence in records and information management. Stearns holds a bachelor’s degree in English and a master’s degree in applied information management.

 

Get Paid to Learn!

We will be raffling a $100 Amazon gift card during the LIVE event on June 7.

What is a virtual seminar?

You'll enter a sleek interface -- along with several hundred of your peers -- and gain expert information and technology information. By attending sessions with our information governance experts, visiting vendor booths with product demo information and real live reps to answer your questions, you get all of the benefits of a face-to-face seminar. You can even download resources on the latest best practices and research around records management and information governance, and interact continuously with other IT professionals. Our virtual conferences receive rave reviews on both the content received and the easy-to-navigate online experience. Join your peers for a unique learning experience!

Set a reminder!

Don't forget, this is a live, one-day event. Set our handy Outlook calendar invite to block off the time in your calendar -- click here to save.

How will you log in on June 7?

Once registered, you'll receive a confirmation email with the log in URL. We'll also send you a reminder email on the day of the live event.

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Date, Time, Location

When: June 7 at 10:00 EDT
Where: At Your Desk

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Agenda -- All times EDT
9:45 AM Doors Open
10:00 AM Session I: How Collaboration with Records Management Can Simplify Your Job
11:00 AM

Exhibit Quad Open, Live Chats

11:15 AM Session II: Technology Spotlight Session
12:00 PM Networking Break
12:15 PM Session III: Measuring Information Governance Program Success
1:15 PM Exhibit Quad Open, Live Chats
1:30 PM Doors Close