University of Maryland Shady Grove Campus
This is an all-day seminar featuring 3 speakers and a panel discussion on a number of timely topics. Continental breakfast and lunch, as well as conference handouts, will be provided.
Craig Rhinehart leads the Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Archive / Governance and Content Analytics lines of business for IBM’s Software Group. Mr. Rhinehart’s presentation is titled: "Information Governance in an Increasingly Sophisticated World." Craig has spent his professional lifetime bringing innovative products and solutions to market. He came to IBM through the 2006 acquisition of FileNet, where he served as Vice President of Product Marketing. Prior to joining FileNet, he was the Vice President of Marketing for Tarian Software, which was also acquired by IBM (in 2003). He has been involved with a number of industry initiatives and has partnered with the internationally known firm, Kotler Marketing on several key ROI initiatives. He often speaks on a variety of enterprise content management, and product strategy/marketing topics.
Dr. Patricia "Pat" C. Franks is an associate professor in the School of Library and Information Science and Program Coordinator for the new Master's Degree in Archives and Records Administration at San Jose State University. Dr. Franks’s presentation is titled, “Records Management: The Cornerstone of an Effective Information Governance Strategy."
Pat is a member of ARMA International’s Standards Development Task Force, and a member of the ARMA Project Committee. She completed her Ph. D. dissertation at Capella University on “E-mail Risk Management.” Pat has recently published a related article online “How Federal Agencies Can Effectively Manage Records Created Using New Social Media Tools.”
Michael “Mike” Daconta is the Chief Technology Officer and co-founder of Accelerated Information Management (AIM), LLC. Mr. Daconta will present his perspective on “Information Management and Transparency in the Cloud.” Mike has been an information technology professional for more than twenty years. Prior to founding AIM he was formerly the Metadata Program Manager for the Department of Homeland Security. Mike is also an author, speaker, and journalist. He has written several articles for the "Reality Check" column in the Government Computer News since 2008 describing the IT industry’s responses to information sharing challenges among federal agencies. One challenge he described is: What are the most common things everyone must agree on to have minimal interoperability? The answer embodied in the National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) is refreshingly minimalist: who, what, when, and where.
Records and information managers, librarians, archivists, knowledge workers of all types, IT staff and anyone responsible for information governance policy and practice.
Contact Name: Carol Agayoff