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RMAA Communication: inForum 2010, Queensland, Australia - "Information Continuity: Safeguarding business and community identity"- Program Available

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Marian Hoy <[log in to unmask]>

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Marian Hoy <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 30 Mar 2010 09:45:15 +1100

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Have you been to the inForum 2010 website yet at www.inforum.net.au yet to
see a new forum about issues, case studies and initiatives in information
continuity and identity in Australia?

Now is a perfect time to visit (or revisit) the website as the full program
has just been released. 

inForum is being held at the Gold Coast Convention & Exhibition Centre,
Broadbeach, Queensland, Australia, 5-8 September 2010 with the theme
“Information Continuity: Safeguarding business and community identity”. The
forum focuses on information continuity for the business and government
world, and also for individuals, families, community-based organisations,
and indigenous and minority communities.   Multiple perspectives will
demonstrate how information, memory and evidence supports business and
community identity and that all need to be understood and included in
policy, practice and enabling technologies.  Participants will explore
perspectives of business, government and communities; and the policies,
processes and enabling technologies that support information continuity.

You will be amazed at how much we have managed to fit into the three and a
half day program!  

The convention features 7 keynote speakers, 30 plenary and concurrent
presentations in the main program, 10 workshops including 2 practical ‘hands
on’ disaster preparedness and recovery sessions, an optional site visit to
Queensland State Archives upgraded facility, special interest group
meetings, numerous opportunities for networking, a 100% relevant trade
exhibition incorporating 50 trade stands, and of course several social
events including a new networking function for listserv/forum users.

Keynote speakers include: 
• Cologne Historical Archives: A story of rescue, courage and community - Dr
Bettina Schmidt-Czaia, Historical Archives of Cologne, Germany
• Right to information in Queensland - Where to from here? - Julie Kinross,
Information Commissioner, Qld & Janet Prowse, Queensland State Archives, Qld
• Digital preservation: If knowledge & research cannot ensure successful
services & implementations – what then? - Prof Mariella Guercio, Urbino
University, Italy
• Quantum computing: The industrialisation of records management? - David
Schulz, Objective, Qld
• Remembering in the Costa Chica: Afro-Mexican communities and nontextual
records - Dr Kelvin White, University of Oklahoma, USA
• The forgotten RM: What you should know about risk management - Stephen
MacIntosh, Dubai Municipality, Dubai & Andrew Warland, City of Sydney, NSW
• Optional Breakfast - Taking charge of change: How to get that essential
buy-in - Dr Rod Dilnutt, William Bethwey & Assoc, Vic

And the optional 10 Workshops include:
• Recordkeeping - What it is all about
• Developing a digital continuity action plan
• Getting started on digital recordkeeping systems with open source software
• Leasing storage: Navigating standards and shifting budgets
• Practical strategies for managing risk
• Road to Recovery: Taking the first steps (x2 - practical workshop)
• Writing a convincing business case
• Adventures in Wonderland: Surviving the promises, pitfalls and
practicalities of outsourcing
• A legal lens on information management
• Future solutions: Mapped to succeed

The inForum website contains presentation abstracts and speaker biographies
for every session, as well as information about travel and accommodation,
social events, timeframes, costs, pre-touring and the weather – just about
everything you need to know.  Online registrations have opened, a
downloadable and printable program is available from a number of locations
on the website and a draft letter base to help justify your attendance is
also available.

Early bird Registrations close on 31 July 2010 and Standard Registrations
close on 1 September 2010 – but be aware the Workshops have limited numbers
so if there is one you particularly wish to attend you may like to get your
registration in as early as possible to secure your place.  

Cheers
Kristen Keley
RMAA Marketing & Conventions

Records Management Association of Australasia (RMAA)
Phone: +61 8 82509374
Email:  [log in to unmask]

Have you seen our websites?
RMAA Web:  www.rmaa.com.au
Convention Web:  www.inforum.net.au
IAM Web:  www.informationawarenessmonth.com.au 

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