The cloud and other digital information innovations are changing the way that people create, access, use and interact with content. Users can gain access to their applications from anywhere, at any time, through their connected devices. Understanding the potential impacts on records management practices and outcomes is critical to preparing to meet the new challenges, expectations, risks and rewards of these evolving technologies.
The seminar has been designed to enhance knowledge and understanding of cloud computing technologies and services as well as deliver practical advice for how to maximize benefits and minimize records-related risks associated with on-demand computing resources.
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Wisconsin Public Records Board (PRB)
UW-Madison School of Library & Information Studies (SLIS)
This seminar has been pre-approved for 6.0 hours of ICRM Certification Maintenance Program (CMP) credit.
A Records and Information Management (RIM) Product & Service Exhibition will be held in conjunction with the 2011 ARMA Madison Spring Seminar. Representatives from a variety of companies will be on hand to demonstrate their offerings and participate in the day’s networking and discussions.