Due to the concern over the safety of the ARMA Community, InfoCon 2021 will transition to a fully virtual format. This transition applies to all InfoCon meetings and events that were scheduled in Houston.
The virtual event will feature the same value as the hybrid event, including our traditional CORE and PLUS options, Leadership Summit, and keynotes and awards presentations. Attendees will experience great content, 60+ sessions, continuing education credits, and interactive opportunities with dozens of industry business partners, and many virtual ways of community connecting.
We will communicate more specifics in the next week on the virtual format and variety of registration options available.
In-person – 24 pre-approved IGP credits
Virtual – 18 pre-approved IGP credits
Leadership Summit – 3.5 pre-approved IGP credits
Advanced Information Concepts:
Sessions focused on advanced information topics such as digital transformation, content services, process automation, continuous auditing and analytics, etc.
Creating Structure and Improving Process:
Sessions focused on the topics of information structure, taxonomy, file plans, metadata, etc., as well as those on process improvement, process analysis, and process management.
Information Forward (Advanced Technology):
Sessions focused on any type of advanced technology, for example, artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain, automated technology-assisted review, autoclassification, etc.
Sessions focused on the fundamentals of records management, information management, document management, content management, data management, etc.
Legal and E-Discovery:
Sessions focused on legal topics related to information such as contracts management, eDiscovery, technology-assisted review, PII, legal obligations, etc.
Sessions focused on Microsoft technologies of any kind including Teams, SharePoint, Office365, Yammer, Office, etc.
Sessions focused on individual development, for example, certifications, career development, career path analysis, team building, etc.
Reducing Organizational Information Risk:
Sessions focused on information risk reduction such as eDiscovery, ROT analysis, information migration, file share reduction, etc.
Advanced Technologies Workshop:
Advanced Technologies workshops include a fundamental understanding of new technologies and their usefulness/impact on your organization. Topics include auto-classification, artificial intelligence, and data analytics.
IM Fundamentals Workshop:
Information Management Fundamentals workshop include the foundational knowledge you need for the Information Management space. Topics include Foundations of IM and Retention Management.
Information Projects Workshop:
Information Project Workshops include an array of skills necessary to move forward in running or being a part of a project team for an information-related project. Topics include project management, change management, and communications
Risk Reduction Workshop:
Risk Reduction workshops include an array of skills you'll need to analyze and reduce your organization's information risk. Topics include managing ESI, business continuity, and risk reduction process.