ARMA Indy Chapter Meeting on Feb 10th 2012.
The Evolution of Records Management into Information Governance
As companies have amassed vast quantities of business information, the traditional approach to Records Management has failed to keep pace with growing requirements. Information governance is a comprehensive view of the information lifecycle that goes beyond retention and disposition. Bassam Zarkout, RSD’s CTO, will discuss the evolution of records management into information governance and the challenges facing today’s Records Managers.
About the presenter:
Bassam Zarkout, Chief Technology Officer
Bassam Zarkout is a thought leader in the Enterprise Information Governance Platforms space (conception, design, development and implementation). Zarkout has over 19 years experience in Information Governance solutions, including Records Management, eDiscovery, Regulatory Compliance, Data Privacy, and Audit Trail Management. Zarkout also has in-depth experience with various document-centric technologies including ECM, Email Archiving, Report Output Archiving, Imaging, and Workflow.
At RSD, Zarkout has been leading the pioneering and innovative RSD GLASS vision, creative strategy, and architecture, from its initial inception, through its development and now its deployment with major global corporations.
Prior to RSD, Zarkout was a Senior Director at Mobius Management Systems where he was also responsible for the Records Management vision and implementation. Zarkout came to Mobius through its acquisition of eManage, a startup specialized in electronic records management and email archiving. At eManage he held the position of VP Products.
Zarkout holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree (Mechanical) from the American University of Beirut.
When: Registration & lunch start at 11:30 Presentation starts at noon Finish at 1:00 p.m.
Where: Rolls Royce - UAW Training Center, Room A111, 2601 W. Raymond St., Indianapolis 46241
Lunch: R.S.V.P. by noon on Wednesday, Feb 8th by registering via our web site www.ARMAIndy.org
Cost: $15 ARMA Members / $20 Non-members / First time attendees free.
Cost includes lunch with R.S.V.P. Pay online, or cash and checks accepted at door & receipt provided.