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IAM 2019 Launch – Many Voices, One Message

Wednesday, May 1, 2019
Timing: 8:30 -12:30
Venue: Building 24, Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra

Join professional associations and industry leaders for discussions to share perspectives on contemporary information and data management trends and challenges, and be part of developing solutions that embrace opportunities.

Discussions will be based around the following topics:

  • Artificial intelligence
  • Change management
  • Data modelling
  • Digital archiving
  • Information governance and security
  • National framework for digital access to cultural collections

A booklet containing a position statement for each topic will be developed from the discussions.

Book your ticket now: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/information-awareness-month-2019-launch-many-voices-one-message-tickets-60107325629

ACS AIM 2019

AI Assistants: How To Take Your Business To The Next Level

When: 14th May 2019
Time07:00 – 09:00
Venue: Hyatt Hotel Canberra, 120 Commonwealth Ave

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Speaker: Lisa Bouari, Executive Director of OutThought.co

About: In this 45-minute presentation, you will learn:
•    All AI assistants aren’t equal. Which ones you should be using and when
•    How to start with selecting technology – the stacks are overwhelming
•    Best practice approaches and most common oversights to avoid
•    AI Assistants and Analytics
•    What is the future for AI Assistants, the tech, the vendors and the consultants?

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How to effectively Design, Develop, Deploy and Sustain an Information Management Capability

When: Thursday 23rd May 2019, 09:00 – 16:30
Where: Renewables Innovation Hub, 19/23 Moore Street, Turner, Canberra

The focus for the IIM Workshop Day will be around the innovative approaches to design, develop and deploy and sustain the modern information management capabilities, solutions, projects and initiatives.  We will touch on various hot topics in the information management sphere, but our time and energy will be aimed at improving the ways we go about implementing them.

Presenters
Yaso Arumugam, CIO, National Archives of Australia
: Dialogue with a CIO – Open Forum
Anne Lyons, Visiting Fellow – Cybersecurity, Australian Strategic Policy Institute – Protecting Identity of a Nation
Claude Colasante, AUSTRAC – Using Hackathons to Innovate
Vladimir Videnovic, IIM – Journey to Success – An approach to Developing an Information Management Capability
Register online or Download IIM’s Workshop Day Registration Form

Fuji

Fuji Xerox Free Breakfast Seminar

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Register by email to marketing.team@fujixerox.com

 

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NSW

Information Awareness Month (IAM) Lunch Seminar “Innovation with Information”

Date: 3rd May 2019
Time: 12:00 – 5:00pm
Venue: Apprentice Restaurant – Ultimo Tafe Building E – Level 7 731-695 Harris Street Ultimo
Speaker: Sonya Sherman
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Sonya Sherman is a librarian, archivist and records manager with experience at the coal face of delivering information services to diverse communities and business users. She has developed legislation, standards and policy for public records, FOI, open data and data sharing in Australia, the UK and the Caribbean. Sonya is passionate about openness and digital transformation – their interplay and the role of information governance enabling both. She is the Director of Industry Solutions for Objective Corporation, automating common business processes with information governance by design to meet customer expectations for service, accountability, privacy and transparency

Join other information professionals as we celebrate Information Awareness Month with presentations, morning tea and guest speakers.

Date: 13th May 2019
Time: 09:30 – 11:30am
Venue: Marconi Room, level 2,
Town Hall House, 456 Kent Street Sydney

Registrations:
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/information-awareness-month-2019-city-of-sydney-tickets-60385348202?aff=affiliate1

About:
This is an exciting event featuring displays, talks and a chance to network with other information professionals. This year we are focusing on information narratives and engaging creative solutions in Information Services. Speakers and displays from across the City of Sydney will include Archives, Libraries, Information Governance, Data and GeoSpatial. There a limited number of seats available so please book now!

Come and see what is possible in information services and hear the latest developments.

We are delighted to announce our Guest Speaker Mel Flanagan from Nook. Mel is a creative storyteller, specialising in technology and open data. Producing collaborative open government projects and designing data narratives that drive industry and community engagement.

QLD

RIMPA QLD State Conference

Date:    29 May 2019
Time:     08:30 – 17:30
Venue:  Christies Conference Centre, 320 Adelaide Street Brisbane

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SA

RIMPA Digital Records Information Management

Date:    29 May 2019
Time:     08:30 – 13:30
Venue:  Hilton Hotel, Victoria Square, Adelaide 

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WA

Office 365 and SharePoint as a Records Management System

Date: 17 May 2019
Time: 12:45 – 5:00pm
Venue:The Great Southern Room, State Library WA
Speaker: Andrew Warland

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IIM WA Breakfast Seminar Machine Learning and Auto-Classification”

Date: 30th May 2019
Time: 07:30 – 09:30am
Venue: IBIS Hotel, 334 Murray Street, Perth CBD

IIM WA Branch brings you the first of three Professional Networking and Development events for 2019 on Demystifying Intelligent Information Management.

The first breakfast event is on Machine Learning and Auto-Classification.

Initially you will hear from two Presenters who will discuss some of the challenges and practical applications of Machine Learning and Auto-Classification:

  • Sheryl Gourdis, Manager Corporate Information (Housing) Department of Communities
  • Shane Culbertson, Information Manager Main Roads WA

You will also hear from Adam Niedzwiedz from Process Automation Group 

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