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Welcome to the Digital Information Management Summit 2011


HEAR FROM A DISTINGUISHED SPEAKER PANEL INCLUDING:

Kate Cummings
a/Senior Project Officer,
Government Record-Keeping,
State Records Authority of NSW
Derek Whitehead
Director,
Information Resources,
Swinburne University of Technology (Vic)
Anne Fitzgerald
Professor,
Intellectual Property & Information Policy,
Queensland University of Technology (Qld)


Helen Partridge
Faculty of Science and Technology,
Queensland University of Technology (Qld)


Peter Konstantin
Director of Information Management, Corrective Services NSW

Confirmed speakers including:

  • David Pryde, Chairman, Records and Information Management Professionals Australasia (RIMPA NZ)*
  • Judy Hutchinson, Assistant Secretary, Information Access Branch, Parliamentary Library (Commonwealth)
  • Robyn Van Dyk, Senior Curator, Published & Digitised Collections, Australian War Memorial (Commonwealth)
  • Paula Bray, Manager, Visual and Digitisation Services, PowerHouse Museum (Sydney)
  • Michael Lijic, International Affairs & Digital Strategy Manager, The Copyright Agency
  • Cory Banks, Executive Knowledge & Business Systems Manager, Parsons Brinckerhoff (Qld)..and rest being finalised this week
*TBA
The industry’s flagship Digital Information Management Summit 2011 builds on the success of the industry’s 2010 Digital Information Management Summit. The 2010 forum attracted 150+ information management professionals from Australia and internationally.

These executives attended this forum to discuss, debate and deliver an action plan for digital information management within the public and private sectors. Practitioner case studies showcased @ the 2010 event included: Australian Taxation Office, Centrelink, Australian National Audit Office, The City of Ryde, CSIRO, Land & Property Management Authority, Department of Education & Training (NSW), Department of Treasury & Finance (Vic), State Records (NSW), University of Technology (Qld), Swinburne University (Vic), Corrective Services (NSW), Office of the CIO (SA), The Data Governance Institute..and more

The 9th-10th November 2011 summit will once again showcases practical and innovative case studies from Australia and internationally. This forum is tailored for information management programs – with presentations showcasing how information-intensive organisations can successfully *Design, *Develop and *Manage information resources in a 21st century economy.

Speakers, panellists and professional development experts are drawn from Federal, State & Local Government agencies. Archiving, education, legal, healthcare, planning & development, financial services and other information-intensive sectors are also featured.

Topics being researched & developed include:
 
  • Information Management, Compliance/Governance Framework
  • Open Gov 2.0 & digital challenges
  • Data governance or information governance? Which model to use in the digital decade
  • Information technology governance
  • Information security governance
  • CIO – putting ‘information’ – the changing role of the CIO moving from technology focus to a digital information focus
  • Changing role of records & document management – benefiting from the digital explosion
  • Weigh the pros and cons of cloud computing
  • Ensure high-speed, fast-access broadband data access
  • Track latest scanning and digital information management solutions
  • Design, develop and managing digital content systems - challenges for the future
  • Assess data centres for storage & information management
  • Modernise content management systems
  • Track innovation for enterprise-wide knowledge management
  • Review latest archiving, storage & access trends
  • Refine metadata & other data management capabilities
  • Use cost-effective digital storage systems
  • Modernise access, use & reuse of digital information
  • Strengthen digital efficiencies across the enterprise
  • Maintain digital records in an open-source environment
  • Weigh the benefits & pitfalls of outsourcing
  • Migrate from paper to a dynamic, intuitive & interactive content management environment
  • Manage records through their life cycle – from cataloguing, culling, digitisation, disposal & storage
  • Utilise cost-effective digital tools, office systems & internet-based technologies
  • Benefit from next-generation information management systems
  • Manage security & privacy in a virtualised world
  • Streamline risk management & auditing practices
  • Comply with records management legislation
  • Clarify issues surrounding data sovereignty
  • Quantify the ROI for technology investments
  • Streamline the creation, receipt, maintenance, use & disposal of records
  • Utilise technologies to capture, classify, and maintain records through their lifecycle
  • Integrate records management into business systems and processes


 
Dedicated exhibition, showcasing latest technology solutions for:
 
  • Digital information management across the enterprise
  • Digital data capture, scanning & storage solutions
  • Data centre investments
  • Cloud computing & digital records in the cloud
  • Virtualisation
  • Data mining & warehousing
  • Knowledge management
  • Convergence
  • Internet integration
  • Imaging technologies


The Digital Information Management Summit 2011 is endorsed and partnered with peak industry bodies. Summit Highlights
 
  • C-level speakers
  • Award-winning case studies (Australia, NZ, Asia, Europe & North America)
  • Chat-room-style discussions
  • Practical masterclasses
  • Dedicated technology trade show
  • Full documentation
  • Networking opportunities…at a dedicated forum


In-depth sector coverage
 
  • Federal, State and Local government
  • Healthcare
  • Education
  • Libraries
  • Archives
  • e-Commerce
  • Legal
  • Financial Services
  • Information Technology
  • Telecommunications
  • Building & Planning
  • ..and other information-intensive industries


Dedicated forum featuring
 
  • Senior government & business leaders
  • Government & education service delivery providers
  • Digital information management professionals
  • Information technology, internet, and telecommunications solutions providers
  • Independent industry analysts

Industry opportunities – C-level conference tackling the crucial questions relating to records and documents management, and benefits for governments, consumers and industry stakeholders.

Dedicated exhibition showcasing advances in:

  • Digital information management
  • Information technology, internet & telecommunications solutions providers
  • Cloud computing
  • Data scanning, storage & access
  • Data centre utilisation
  • Document & records management
  • Internet & e-commerce
  • High-speed, fast-access broadband
  • Outsourcing
  • Knowledge management
  • Data warehousing
  • Data mining
  • IT security
  • Software & hardware
  • Imaging
  • Network & IT infrastructure management




Exhibitors

Endorsed By

Media Partners

Sponsorship Opportunities
For information about sponsoring the Digital Information Management Summit contact:

Chris Rodrigues
National Sales and Sponsorship Manager
Government Technology Review
Phone: (02) 8923 8002
Fax: (02) 8923 8050
Email:
Click here to email Chris

  • When

  • Wednesday, November 9, 2011 - Thursday, November 10, 2011

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  • Dockside
    Cocklebay Wharf
    Darling Harbour
    Sydney, New South Wales 2000
    Australia

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