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    Welcome to iMasters, our new virtual conference experience that is free to members where industry experts come together live to discuss industry topics and challenges facing our members and the industry.

    Participants can join in our ‘live’ iMasters sessions which occur every other month, or watch the ‘on-demand’ replays at your convenience.



    iMasters:
     Office 365: Keys to Successful Adoption


    Date: 01/17/2018
    Start Time: 1 p.m. Central time (2 p.m. Eastern time)

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    As organizational adoption rates of Microsoft’s Office 365 suite continue to accelerate, many Information Governance professionals need to quickly get up to speed on the organizational drivers at play, and embrace the risks and opportunities it presents in a strategic way.

    This session is designed to present a holistic view of O365 adoption. From the importance of understanding the value your organization perceives, to familiarization with the products and features and how to get comfortable with strategies to balance governance challenges with benefits.

    Michelle Kirk from Georgia-Pacific LLC will discuss O365 topics relevant to Information Governance professionals who wish to gain a basic understanding of what they face in a future migration/implementation, or to build on their current knowledge of the product suite.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Get exposure to the breadth of the Microsoft O365 Product offering and it’s component applications.
    • Gain a familiarity with protection and information governance features of the product suite.
    • Recognize the importance of change management in O365 adoption.
    • Get acquainted with select information governance risks and mitigation options
    • Understand the importance of developing a risk position around the suite of products.




    Previous iMasters sessions on-demand:

    Session 1:     Three Keys to Managing Change for RIM Programs

    Melissa G. Dederer and Aaron Swan bring their best practices in change management to you, wherever you may be. Whether you are at home, in your office, or even traveling, you can participate in this learning experience.

    Session 2:     Innovative Ways to Make IG Happen

    Susan L. Cisco and Sue Trombley, information governance experts with over 50 years of industry experience, discuss case studies where records and information management professionals recognized and seized opportunities occurring in their organization to positively impact their company’s bottom line.

    Session 3:     Transforming Information Management

    This biennial survey has traced the evolution of RIM into information management and information governance since its inception in 1999. This year’s survey provides up-to-date, authoritative benchmarking metrics on information lifecycle management means and methods, emphasizing electronically stored information (ESI).


    Session 4:      A Profession in Peril: Meeting the Challenges

    A large percentage of current RIM professionals is on the cusp of retirement, leaving a gap of individuals qualified to take their place. At the same time, the profession is in the grip of change as potential employers are viewing the positions and needed skills differently. Donald C. Force, assistant profession in the School of Information Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Chrissy Bagby, ARMA International Director of Membership and Events lead a discussion on how to combat this growing concern.

    Session 5: ISO 15489-2016 A New Standard for Digital Records Management

    ISO 15489-1:2016 Records management – Concepts and principles has been published in a time of unprecedented change to the information management landscape. Technologies and infrastructure for making and keeping records are evolving at an astonishing pace. Issues involving access to and management of records, in all their forms, appear in the headlines on an almost daily basis. So it is fitting that the revised edition of the International Standard on Records Management offers a digital-ready set of principles and techniques for the creation, capture and management of records in a fast changing and highly risk-sensitive environment.

    Session 6: The Latest in Cloud Computing

    ISO 15489-1:2016 Records management – Concepts and principles has been published in a time of unprecedented change to the information management landscape. Technologies and infrastructure for making and keeping records are evolving at an astonishing pace. Issues involving access to and management of records, in all their forms, appear in the headlines on an almost daily basis. So it is fitting that the revised edition of the International Standard on Records Management offers a digital-ready set of principles and techniques for the creation, capture and management of records in a fast changing and highly risk-sensitive environment.

    Session 7: The Job to Be Done - The Business Case for End-to-End Records Management

    Session facilitator Jack Sexton has been on the RIM front lines at the Student and Exchange Visitors Program (SVEP), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and the Department of Homeland Security. Sexton led the initiative to build the first comprehensive, end-to-end electronic records management program for the federal government.

    In this session, Sexton talks about his experiences, challenges, and lessons learned from heading this complex ERM initiative. 

    This session is called “iMasters Lite” because continuing education credits do not apply. The session originates through Colligo, an ARMA International business partner and sponsor.  

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