The Future of Records Management: Government, Legal & SharePoint… and our 10th Anniversary
Date: Monday, December 9, 2013
Time: Sessions: 1:00-4:30 pm (Registration begins at 12:30 pm) ;
Networking & Celebration: 4:30-6:30 pm
Place: Inn at Laurel Point, 680 Montreal St., Victoria, BC, V8V 1Z8 Canada
Admission (includes drink ticket for celebration):
Sessions: $80 (ARMA members) ; $100 (non-members)
Networking & Celebration: Free! (appetizers provided; cash bar available)
Register via EventBrite at www.armavi.org .
Please join us as we celebrate our 10th anniversary as an ARMA chapter!
Our afternoon sessions include three powerful presentations on the future of Records Management and Information Governance in British Columbia:
Alexander Wright, Director, Government Records Service, Government of British Columbia
“Modernizing Government’s Records Management: Adapting to the Realities of the Digital World in a Large Organization”
Alex is the Director of the Government Records Service, Government of British Columbia. He has been a public servant since 1991, serving as an archivist and in a variety of management positions. Alex has led the Government Records Service and its precursor since 2010.
Gordon Houston, Supervising Counsel for Civil Litigation, Ministry of Justice, Province of British Columbia
“Litigation and Document Production: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly”
Gordon was called to the bar in 1982 and has practised law for more than 30 years. For the last 13 years Gordon has been Senior Counsel and Supervising Counsel of the Civil Litigation Group in the Legal Services Branch, Ministry of Justice, and oversees all of the civil litigation conducted on behalf of the Province. Gordon works with 45 lawyers and 34 paralegals and conducts litigation in the Small Claims Court, the BC Supreme Court, the BC Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada, as well as on arbitrations, inquiries and tribunals.
Art Bellis, Vice President, Sales and Alliances, Gimmal
“Extending and Enhancing SharePoint’s Records Capabilities”
SharePoint: Is it a Swiss Army Knife? Is it the answer for real business problems, or is it the new share drive?
Art’s presentation will look at real life cases where SharePoint is solving problems across the spectrum of compliance, governance, the cloud, and solutions integrated with line of business systems. Art will explore where native SharePoint ends and where third party products begin to provide value.
Further information about Art:
Art Bellis brings 20 years of experience to developing and marketing records management solutions. He is recognized as an industry expert and has been regularly called upon by ARMA International and AIIM to speak on issues related to technology and information management. Various academic programs, including those of the University of British Columbia, University of Washington, and Vancouver Community College, call on Art to lecture on records management issues and trends.
Prior to joining Gimmal, Art was a founder and held various executive level positions with a leading records management software company in the SharePoint ecosystem, providing enterprise level records solutions to Fortune 500 companies.
Art is involved in the development of Gimmal’s SharePoint strategy and the alignment of this strategy with its strategic partners, Microsoft, Iron Mountain and SAP. Art has been directly involved with the development and delivery of SharePoint solutions for the last 8 years and will share some of his insights in this session.
For more information, please visit our website @ www.armavi.org.