August 17, 2017

AIIM opens call for speakers for AIIM18

AIIM has opened the call for speakers for the AIIM18 conference, scheduled for April 10-13, 2018 in San Antonio, TX. As in previous years, speakers must be end users; while vendors are allowed to participate, those speaking spots are only available as part of a sponsorship package.

Speakers will receive a complimentary conference registration, but their travel and any additional registration items such as preconference workshops are not included and are at their own expense.

Deadline for submissions is September 29th. More details: http://www.aiimconference.com/page/1304496/call-for-speakers. The submission form: https://gzclelland.wufoo.com/forms/zegego50ck762x/

August 15, 2017

AIIM becomes IAPP Training Provider

I am pleased to announce that AIIM and IAPP have entered into a partnership agreement. As part of this agreement, AIIM will teach IAPP certification prep courses including the CIPP/US, CIPM, and CIPT. The inaugural AIIM-taught CIPP/US course is scheduled for October 3-4, 2017 at AIIM HQ in Silver Spring, MD and I will be teaching that course. More details on that course are available at http://www.aiim.org/Home/Education-Section/Public-Classes/2017-October-IAPP-SS.


August 11, 2017

AIIM18 Registration Now Open

AIIM has just announced that registration for the AIIM18 conference, scheduled for April 10-13, 2018 in San Antonio, TX, is now available. More details are available at http://www.aiimconference.com/.
Gerald C. Kane, MITSloan Management Review: 'Digital Transformation' Is A Misnomer

What are your go-to sources for all things RM?

Title says it all. Where do you go to stay abreast of current issues, emerging issues, changes in tech, etc. in records/info management? Twitter? RECMGMT-L? Somewhere else? I ask selfishly but also because I teach a lot of RM/IM/IG stuff and I always want to share these types of resources with attendees. Comment here, sent me an email, Tweet me.

July 27, 2017

Craig Ball: Custodian-Directed Preservation of iPhone Content: Simple. Scalable. Proportional. Interesting, but not sure I agree - the comments (including mine I hope!) are interesting as well.

My contribution: how is using an iPhone backup for preservation any different from e.g. using a PC or system backup for preservation? And there is significant case law in the US that reflects on that approach through the lenses of cost shifting, accessibility of the underlying information, etc.

July 9, 2017

Activity 7/9: Walking desk, 2.4-3.0 mph, 9% incline, 1:07, 2.83 miles
Activity 7/8: 5.15 mile walk, average 25-min mile pace

July 5, 2017

Activity 7/5: Walking desk, 2.4 mph, 9% incline, 57 min, 2.3 miles

July 4, 2017

Activity 7/4: Walking desk, 2.4 mph, 9% incline, 1:10, 2.81 miles

June 23, 2017

Activity 6/23: Walking desk, 2.3 mph, 9% incline, 1:40, 3.75 miles