Hear from leading CEOs in the information profession (Graham Sibley, CEO, Collabware; Dr. Galina Datskovsky, CEO, Vaporstream; Rob Alston, CEO, Access), who shared their reflections on 2020 in this conversational keynote panel moderated by ARMA President, Jason C. Stearns.
InfoCon 2020 was excited to feature Susan Bennett, Information Governance, ANZ, in, “InfoGov 2020: A Global Perspective from Down Under,” and her fireside chat with ARMA Board Member, Michelle Kirk, to discuss progression of Information Governance around the world.
International futurist, technology advisor, author and speaker Theo Priestley opened InfoCon 2020 with a unique look at science fiction and its portrayal of information governance, including what we can learn from this history of the future for organizations today. Sparking curiosity and ideas, Priestley set the tone for the virtual event and the key themes focused on encouraging attendees to search beyond the surface, discover inspiration from uncommon sources, and establish new solutions through innovation.
At InfoCon 2020, former U.S. magistrates Ronald J. Hedges & Andrew Peck, were featured in the “Judges Panel,” where they dug into developments in eDiscovery, privacy, and technology, and how the pandemic affects it all.
Acclaimed TechCrunch enterprise reports, Ron Miller, takes the ARMA InfoCon 2020 keynote stage with the Chief Information Security Officer at Box, Lakshmi Hanspal.
This session, presented by Pradeep Sharma, is the start of a journey into a few ideas around the notion of human complexity. The fact that we are not rational, logical beings, that we fall in, and out of love, we make decisions in both rational and irrational ways, and rather than deny it, perhaps we should embrace it. Please do not expect any answers or pearls of wisdom, but some general ramblings that may or may not tell a story.
2020 has been anything but predictable. Yet, many predictions about digital disruption are rapidly becoming reality this year. This session will give perspective on the forces accelerating digital disruption and the resulting challenges for content. While many of the challenges are old, the speed and scale at which they're occurring is new. Organizations must adapt to these challenges just to stay alive. That means information and content professionals like you face a daunting but exciting opportunity. Join Colleen Jones as she sheds light on how your core skills and abilities can lead your employers and clients not only to survive digital disruption, but to thrive.
Privacy is essential: it forms the foundation of our freedom and must be preserved at all cost, now, and well into the future. With surveillance mounting, we must be proactive in our privacy-protective measures, in an effort to prevent the harms from arising. That is what Privacy by Design is all about: embedding privacy into your operations — baking it into your code, so that privacy-invasive efforts can be prevented, right from the outset! Learn from Dr. Ann Cavoukian all about the 7 Foundational Principles of PbD and start protecting privacy, right from the outset!
Viewing of these sessions are not eligible for CCE credits.