Register for the Free ARMA & Access Webinar: "Information Governance & Digital Transformation Must Begin With a New Understanding of Capture"
Capture and scanning haven’t gotten a lot of attention lately, but that doesn’t mean these processes that start your information lifecycle aren’t still incredibly important. In fact, as we look towards new techniques of information governance and digital transformation, the basics of capture and scanning must be renewed and reviewed. If you aren’t starting your information lifecycle off on the right foot, the rest of what you’re trying to achieve is doomed to failure.
Join Nick Inglis, ARMA’s executive director of content & programming; Ann Snyder, ARMA’s manager of content development; and Kristin Bierwagen of Access as they discuss this early stage of the information lifecycle. You'll learn new ways to maximize the value of the information you’re ingesting while setting yourself up properly from the first step to reduce organizational risk.
Titled "Information Governance & Digital Transformation Must Begin With A New Understanding of Capture," this free webinar will discuss the following topics:
- What capture is.
- A framework for understanding the five modes of capture.
- Why capture is an important step in digital transformation.
- Why capture is a critical first step in effective information governance.
- Strategies for scanning and conversion projects. When is it time to bring in outside help?
The free ARMA/ACCESS webinar is Wednesday, July 24, at 2 p.m Central time (3 p.m. Eastern).
Nick Inglis is executive director of content & programming, ARMA. Previously, he was president of the Information Coalition. Inglis is the author of INFORMATION: The Comprehensive Overview of the Information Profession, and his writing has been featured in U.S. News & World Report, The Providence Journal, Yahoo! Finance, CMSWire, and others.
Ann Snyder is manager of content development, ARMA. Earlier, she was senior manager of information governance at a biotech company, and before that was the Senior Fellow at the Information Governance Initiative. Snyder is a graduate of Harvard Law School.
Kristin Bierwagen is a solutions consultant for Access Information Management. She has six years of SaaS experience in client services, service delivery, implementation, and solutions design. Bierwagen helps clients best understand how they can get the most from their technology investments.