ARK Group is hosting a connected forum to help managers prepare for the future of records and information management.
The forum, called What Lies Ahead in Information Management and Governance, will take place from 25 to 26 June 2014 at Rydges Melbourne.
Conference highlights include a presentation from Andy Carnahan, Manager of Customer and Information Services at Wingecarribee Shire Council, who will look at how big data creates information at machine speed while our management methods rely on human speed.
According to the organisers, this presentation will aim to better define what an Enterprise Content Management system should look like in 2050.
Delegates will also gain cross-industry perspectives and insights from:
- Shell Company of Australia;
- Department of State Development, Business and Innovation;
- University of Melbourne;
- Wingecarribee Shire Council;
- Cochlear Limited;
- BeyondIT; and
- PBT Australia.
With the number and types of records and information being generated by today’s businesses, sound information governance systems to manage and facilitate access to these volumes of data are becoming crucial to a company’s success.
At Grace Records Management (GRM), we offer a specialised records management service combining collection, transport, safe storage, retrieval and destruction.
Together with our sister company Grace Information Management (GIM), we can digitise documents from any medium for on-demand access from anywhere, at any time.
So why don’t you make the first steps towards your organisation’s records and information management future, by giving us a call today?