ARMA Triangle Chapter 2021-2022 Series: The Beat Goes On (Back to Business/Work)!
Lecture Topics, Speakers and Venues for events will be updated as details are confirmed.
Meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month
Meetings are virtual currently but may change during the season to a mix of in person, and virtual as the COVID situation improves
Virtual meetings are hosted through GoToMeeting. The meeting link and additional info will be sent the morning of the event.
Date: October 7, 2021 (Virtual), 12:00pm EST: You have updated your Retention Schedule, now what? Event Description: In September, we looked at the importance of updating / modernizing our Retention Schedules. Join us in October as we explore how to keep the Retention Schedule updated along with managing all those citations, as well as user access to the Retention Schedule locally or via your company intranet and much, much more. ARMA Triangle is delighted to welcome Warren Bean and Rick Surber from Zasio. For over three decades, Zasio has been at the forefront of records management and information governance. Zasio provides agile, innovative technology solutions and consulting services to help businesses of all sizes build and maintain a successful Information Governance program. ARMA Triangle, this season, will be exploring IG /RIM technology and how it can help us today and into the future! Note: This event will start at 12pm EST. October Speakers: Warren Bean, CRM, CISM - Warren is the Sr. Sales Engineer and Product Development Manager in our Software Division here at Zasio. Warren designs solutions for customers, guides the research and development of new products, supervises Zasio’s development team, and occasionally advises our consulting division on technical engagements.
Rick Surber, CRM, IGP – Rick is a Senior Analyst and Licensed Attorney at Zasio and co-manager of the Consulting Division. He also manages Zasio’s Legal Research Division. Rick has helps clients ease records and information management (RIM) pain points, focusing on RIM program enhancement/development. This includes policy work, like Records Retention Schedule (RRS) development, simplification, maintenance, and compliance. It also includes strategizing about RIM’s role in Information Governance (IG), and how to build cohesion between other IG stakeholders like Legal, Privacy, IT, and Risk/Compliance.
Date: November 4, 2021 (Virtual), 12:00pm EST: University of Washington’s Journey to a Paperless Future: Fetch The Future: Rethink the Ink Event Description: It has been said the pandemic was an accelerator of change that was ready to happen. COVID and working remotely has taught us that, for our organizations to continue to be nimble and efficient, sustainable and resilient, we finally need to move from paper-based processes and workflows to completely digital environments. This session will focus on how Records Management Services is moving the University of Washington toward a paperless future through an initiative called ‘Fetch the Future: Rethink the Ink’. November Speaker: Barbara Benson Since 1992 Barbara Benson has been the University Records Officer and Director of the University of Washington Records Management program.
Ms. Benson received a graduate degree in History/Archives and Records Management from New York University. She has worked as either Archivist or Records Manager in such diverse arenas as not-for-profits, banking, city government, state government, and higher education. Ms. Benson is a frequent speaker at ARMA (Association of Records Managers and Administrators) conferences and meetings, at the Northwest Clerks Institute, and for other organizations and institutions interested in managing data and information.
Thank you so much for making our first virtual seminar a huge success! Special thank you goes to our speakers, Mary Beth Weaver and Ann Snyder, as well as our fabulous sponsors for the Seminar this year: Redgrave LLP (redgravellp.com) ActiveNav (activenav.com) Access Corp. (accesscorp.com) Please visit their webpages and show them some love! Slides and material for the Seminar are available here. Check back soon for more information on future meetings.
State of the ARMA Triangle Chapter/ June 2020
Please click the link below for a presentation on the State of the ARMA Triangle Chapter for June 2020. Includes information on:
-Membership -Financials -Leadership -Philanthropy -Programs -Highlights and Successes -Strategic Direction
If you have a cornhole bag at home, Haven House needs you! We are running a Backyard Edition of our Battle of the Bags cornhole tournament starting Sunday. $10 to play. Single Player. Simple rules give you a full day to play your match. Register at http://www.havenhousenc.org/cornhole If you don’t have a board, there is an awesome raffle you can enter to support Haven House and their efforts to help homeless and at-risk youth during these challenging times. Thank you!
The Luminary Award winning Triangle Chapter of ARMA International is a Not for Profit 501(c)3 organization that has a commitment to providing education and networking opportunities to local Records and Information Management professionals. Our membership is drawn from pharmaceuticals, local and state government, health care, legal, utilities, private businesses, imaging, and document storage just to name a few.
We hold informative monthly meetings from September to May each year on current issues affecting the Records and Information Management industry and provide professional development and networking opportunities to our members and guests.
The ARMA Triangle Chapter proudly supports Haven House Services of North Carolina. Haven House Services strengthens youth and young adults through effective programs, advocacy and community mobilization.
Haven House Services was founded in 1973 to provide community-based services to at-risk youth and their families in Wake County.
Haven House Services grew out of an incident in 1972 that illuminated the gaps in services for struggling young people in the community. Rev. Al Dimmock, a local pastor, was volunteering in juvenile court when the court faced the case of a young girl who could not go home, was not appropriate for training school, and had no other options.
Please contact Emily Singletary if you would like further information about our involvement or would like to volunteer at our next philanthropic activity.