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Certifiable! The Value of Certifications to Your Career - IGP with ARMA

Posted by ilta on 24th July 2015

Description: Is the Information Governance Professional (IGP) certification right for you? Find out as Diane Carlisle of ARMA International talks about the history and benefits of the IGP certification with Jennifer Watters Farley, CRM IGP, in the first of a series of ILTA podcasts on industry-related certifications.

Speakers:
Jennifer Watters Farley, CRM IGP, the Records Manager at Sidley Austin LLP, is a records and information management professional with over two decades of experience. She is a member of ARMA International and the ARMA Metro NYC Chapter, where she continues to coordinate the ASPIRE public speaking program. Ongoing professional development is very important to Jennifer and she's excited to be part of the development of this ILTA podcast series to encourage others to continue their own professional growth.

Diane K. Carlisle, IGP, CRM is the Executive Director of Content for ARMA International. She provides direction for the development of ARMA's educational offerings, oversees the Information Governance Professional credentialing program and represents the association in various professional venues. In addition, she works with executive leadership in executing ARMA International's strategic plans. Diane has over 30 years of experience in records and information management and has worked for organizations in a variety of industries. Her primary specialties are information governance strategy and policy development, the role of records management in litigation support and information governance, and the creation and application of international and national level standards. Diane is a frequent speaker/writer on records and information management topics.

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2015 - Office 365 Conversations - SharePoint Online Administration

Posted by ilta on 9th July 2015

Join us for a series of discussions examining various aspects of Office 365, its applicability to ILTA membership and strategies for incorporating it into your work environment. This session will focus on SharePoint Online administration.

Moderator:
Larry Kuhn
, an Account Technology Stategist at Microsoft, joined the company as an enterprise consultant in 2001. As a consultant, he helped numerous global enterprise customers plan, design and deploy solutions based on SharePoint and .NET technologies. In his current role as a Technology Strategist, Larry assists his customers with solving their business challenges and seizing market opportunities using Microsoft-based solutions. With over 25 years of experience in the software industry, his experience spans areas of end-user productivity, application development and project management.

Speaker:
Michael Blumenthal
, a Technical Solution Evangelist with PSC Group and a Microsoft Office 365 MVP, is an experienced SharePoint architect and business technology advisor. With two decades of development, infrastructure and administration experience, he has deep SharePoint expertise and has designed, implemented and supported intranets, extranets and Internet sites for clients in diverse markets. Michael holds numerous Microsoft certifications (including most of the SharePoint certifications) and the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) from the Project Management Institute. He is a frequent speaker on technology topics at Chicago-area technology events and user groups. For more information about PSC Group, please visit http://www.psclistens.com.

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Driving Change in a Law Firm - Brian Donato Interview

Posted by ilta on 2nd July 2015

Join us for this series of podcasts as we discuss tips and techniques for driving change in a law firm. Four ILTA members who hold leadership positions within their law firms share their insights, strategies and best practices to build support for information governance, knowledge management and enterprise content management initiatives.

Speaker: Brian Donato has worked in the information technology field for over 27 years, spending the last 15 years with Vorys. He currently serves as the firm's Security Officer, is the technical advisor for its privacy and health care practice groups, and has assisted on a number of representations involving forensic investigations. With experience ranging from software developer to process engineer and IT director, he has a broad background in technology and business. Brian is a member of ILTA's LegalSEC steering committee and a task force leader for ILTA's Law Firm Information Governance Symposium work group.

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Driving Change in a Law Firm - Erin Adell Interview

Posted by ilta on 2nd July 2015

Join us for this series of podcasts as we discuss tips and techniques for driving change in a law firm. Four ILTA members who hold leadership positions within their law firms share their insights, strategies and best practices to build support for information governance, knowledge management and enterprise content management initiatives.

Speaker: Erin Adell is responsible for facilitating and leading Taft's knowledge management initiative through improved search, knowledge sharing and collaborative technology. Her work includes planning, designing and implementing document management systems, enterprise search technology, automated analysis software and matter management processes. A legal professional in online legal research and library services for over nine years, Erin maintains best practices at Taft's Indianapolis location.

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Driving Change in a Law Firm - Ginevra Saylor Interview

Posted by ilta on 2nd July 2015

Join us for this series of podcasts as we discuss tips and techniques for driving change in a law firm. Four ILTA members who hold leadership positions within their law firms share their insights, strategies and best practices to build support for information governance, knowledge management and enterprise content management initiatives.

Speaker: Ginevra Saylor is the National Director of Knowledge Management with Dentons Canada LLP, where she develops and implements the firm's knowledge management innovation strategy and initiatives. She leads the knowledge management lawyers, business intelligence, information services, process improvement and intranet teams. Ginevra practiced law for 10 years and has been working in law firm KM for the past 16 years.

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Driving Change in a Law Firm - Matt Coatney Interview

Posted by ilta on 2nd July 2015

Join us for this series of podcasts as we discuss tips and techniques for driving change in a law firm. Four ILTA members who hold leadership positions within their law firms share their insights, strategies and best practices to build support for information governance, knowledge management and enterprise content management initiatives.

Speaker: Matt Coatney is an AI software executive, inventor and developer with 15 years of experience in bringing advanced technologies to market in the healthcare, e-commerce, finance and legal industries. He creates value for organizations by timing introduction of AI just as technologies become viable, focusing on tangible business outcomes and applying design principles to maximize acceptance and adoption. Matt's previous successes include intelligent decision support tools LeadScope for drug discovery, Lexis Search Advantage and Document Profiling for legal content analysis and discovery, and predictive cost modeling for the U.S. Air Force. He writes and speaks frequently about commercializing AI advances, and his work has appeared in books, technical journals and international conferences. Matt is a member of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence and the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) including AI, bioinformatics and knowledge discovery special interest groups.

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