I’ve been remiss in not promoting it until now, but ARMA International’s annual conference – ARMA InfoCon 2022 starts tomorrow! And I’ll be there!
This year, ARMA InfoCon 2022 will be conducted in-person at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee, which is a great venue (especially if you’re a music lover!). But ARMA is also offering a Virtual Registration option, which includes livestream access to all general session keynotes, livestream access to the Microsoft 365 education track sessions, virtual networking events, and a 60-day on-demand viewing period of keynotes and the M365 track.
ARMA InfoCon 2022 is chock-full of educational sessions, with various tracks covering information governance, reducing organizational risk, advanced technology, and legal & eDiscovery (among other tracks), along with several fun networking events! On Wednesday, they have an all-day Leadership Summit, as well as a tour of the Country Music Hall of Fame (if you’re not interested in being a leader or already know everything). 😉 The full agenda is available here.
I will be one of the presenters for the ACEDS sponsored session Latest Case Law Developments in IG and E-Discovery tomorrow (Sunday, Sunday, Sunday!) at 4pm CT, along with Mike Quartararo, President of ACEDS, Royce Cohen, Director at Lighthouse Document Technologies and David Horrigan, Discovery Counsel & Legal Education Director at Relativity. We’re going to discuss some terrific cases and how they impact organizations from a legal and information governance standpoint.
If you’re interested in attending ARMA InfoCon 2022 either in-person or virtually, the registration page is here. If you’re going to be there in person, give me a shout!
So, what do you think? Are you attending ARMA InfoCon 2022? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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