WASHINGTON (PRWEB) October 07, 2020
Cadence Group is proud to present at the virtual ARMA InfoCon 2020, occurring this year October 26-30. Cadence Group speakers have 6 approved time slots, detailed below. Go to the ARMA Infocon Site for the full schedule at https://www.arma.org/page/ARMAInfoCon2020Schedule. You register for this virtual event at https://www.arma.org/general/register_member_type.asp?.
Tina Teree Baker, IGP, Cadence Group CEO and President and Scott Wandstrat, Esq., Chief Litigation Officer at Kindred at Home are presenting Privacy and Risk Mitigation Lessons Learned From COVID-19 on October 29th from 11:10am – 12pm. In the session, Tina and Scott will discuss strategies for effectively protect PII when working remotely. Participants should walk away able to redefine remote workforce policies to protect data privacy and identify topics a comprehensive privacy awareness program should cover.
Michael P. Allen, MBA, CRM, IGP is presenting Building the Foundation of a Disaster-Resistant IG Program on October 27th from 11:10am – 12pm. In the session, Mike will discuss how the pandemic exposed a stark divide in disaster preparedness, and how information governance leaders must take action to ensure the survivability of their organizations. Attendants of his presentation will augment their disaster recovery toolkit by recognizing the IG program elements that impact business sustainability, apply lessons learned from the pandemic to bridge key gaps in their IG programs, and identify metrics needed to persuade organizational leaders to invest in a strong IG foundation.
Cadence Group speakers will record 3 on-Demand presentations that will be available to conference registrants.
Mary Beth Weaver, CRM, MLS, PMP, is recording two On-Demand Rapid Fire presentations, which are fast-paced (no more than 15 minutes!) talks on key aspects of the profession. The first presentation, Privacy & RIM: We’re All in it Together, will demonstrate how key privacy and Records & Information Management (RIM) statutes fit within the Information Governance (IG) framework, the challenges and values of those programs, and how they can work together to better meet their goals.
Mary Beth’s second On-Demand presentation, The Case for RIM – Even as AI Increases, will explore ways Artificial Intelligence (AI) will change – but not replace – RIM. She will identify advantages and challenges associated with using AI to manage records, distinguish truth from the hype, and anticipate how properly leveraging AI may change the RIM profession for the better – hard to do in 15 minutes!
Mike Allen will also be recording a longer (50 minute) On-Demand session – Need Records Cleanup ROI? Then Let’s Get Physical!, – where he will provide clear evidence that ROT (Redundant, Outdated, Transitory information) removal and retention schedule management bring real benefits to organizations. Participants will gain awareness of the risks and costs of a bloated physical records inventory, easy-to-use physical cleanup ROI formulas to compel management into action, and will be able demonstrate how physical records cleanup can help fund electronic records cleanup.
Cadence Group’s Kiji Burston, MBA, IGP will be a part of a panel session with Mark Buchanan. This will be a part of the Creating Structure and Improving Process track. The topics for the panel will be announced closer to the opening date. Keep an eye on the schedule which you can view on the ARMA website - https://www.arma.org/page/ARMAInfoCon2020Schedule!
Cadence Group has over 25 years of government prime contract experience. The company, with offices in Atlanta and Washington DC, provides support to government and commercial sector clients. Services include health IT, information governance, software evaluation and integration, records and information management, knowledge management, information architecture, web graphics and design, business process improvement, and project and program management. For more information, please visit our website - https://cadence-group.com/.