Managing Records Using SharePoint
Many organizations have turned to SharePoint to manage their electronic records. During this session, you will learn the common elements every records manager should know before managing electronic records in SharePoint. This session will focus on the decisions, challenges, successes and lessons learned one organization encountered while implementing and managing records in SharePoint. Topics for this session include: SharePoint Online vs on-prem., manage in place vs centralized management, managing time and event-based retention, managing case records, managing records of historical or enduring value, disposition processing and using third-party add-ins.
A Practical Approach from File Shares to Managed Cloud Storage
Organizations are challenged with the need to move away from unmanaged file shares, in order to better govern and protect their information, reduce risks, increase efficiencies, and lower costs. During this session, you will see how one organization took a practical approach to file share cleanup (pealing the onion to clean up home and user drives) and moving into a governed environment in the cloud.
Information Management at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Five years following the implementation of a detailed file classification structure and three years after the launch of SharePoint, we are looking to revitalize records and information management at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. In this case study, current goals will be discussed including updates to the file classification and retention schedule, institution wide migration to Microsoft Office 365, project based SharePoint sites, and most importantly, continued staff buy in.
Date: Thursday, May 16, 2019 Registration: 11:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Lunch: 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Presentations: 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Where: Norwood Hotel, 112 Marion Street, Winnipeg MB Price: $95.00 for ARMA members/$125 for ARMA non-members Association of Manitoba Archivist members welcome at the ARMA member rate!