2018 PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

The central theme for the 2017 IRMS Conference focused on driving business transformation and how to become a bona-fide 'Agent of Change' within your own organisation. The 2018 theme will be announced soon!

Over three information-packed days, we will address:

1) Privacy and GDPR
Readiness for and compliance with law and regulation affecting privacy and data processing including the GDPR and the UK Data Protection Bill, PECR, The Law Enforcement Directive, Privacy Shield and Mifid II.

2) Soft Skills
Skills and knowledge for the information and records management professional, including aspects such as career development, leadership, communication and documentation, team work, project management, contract management and problem solving.

3) Technological Innovation
How new technological innovations can impact and support information and records management, including for example blockchain, smart contracts, artificial intelligence, visualisation, data analytics and the Internet of Things.
 
4) Leveraging & Information Value
How to implement information and records management best practices to ensure that information works for an organisation in terms of identifying, protecting and leveraging its informational, evidential, heritage and economic value.
 

5) Deployment of Solutions
Case studies from our vendor community on many aspects of information and records management

Through an information-packed programme of keynotes, workshops, case studies and interactive discussions, all delegates have emerged from the IRMS Conference with valuable new allies and a comprehensive briefing on the challenges ahead.

Conference Topics include:

  • GDPR
  • Office 365
  • Automation
  • The Future of IRM
  • Sharepoint
  • Change Management
  • Cyber Security
  • Sustainability

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2017 Programme Information

2017 Countdown

2017 Keynote Speakers


Tim Ellis
The Keeper of the Records of Scotland
 
 

Lisa Simpson
Perth and Kinross Council

Sarah Hutchison
Office of the Scottish Information Commissioner

Dennie Heye
Shell

Atle Skjekkeland
AIIM