IIM 2016 National Conference - BIG Information for Better Information Governance

 

IIM National Conference 2016
Big Information for Better Information Governance’

Canberra, 20 - 21 September 2016

 

The ‘Big Information for Better Information Governance’ will provide an opportunity to discuss the challenges of compliance, interoperability, collaboration and continuous evolution of Information Management discipline.  It will include informative presentations, case studies, and workshops that will examine various approaches that can be employed to help organisations respond to challenges they face today and expect for tomorrow.

 Keynote Speakers 


David Fricker

Director-General
National Archives of Australia



Dr Maria Milosavljevic
Chief Information Officer
Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre

 

Jon Cumming
Chief Digital Officer
ACT Government



From the very beginning, this millennium was characterised by business processes moving online and systems of record transitioning to the digital realm. Organisations increasingly depend on their ability to realise the potential of their Data, in order to transform it into valuable Information, derive actionable insights and make right decisions in a timely manner.

Technology keeps evolving and enabling us to take advantage of events, sensors and human input. What is considered Big Data today will be small data in the near future. Advances in technology enables us to generate Big Information, offering new approaches, techniques and technologies that utilise Data as a raw material in a process of creating information assets and establishing information-powered organisations.

The IIM conference provides an opportunity for solution providers and government agencies to get together to discuss the challenges of compliance, interoperability, collaboration and the continued evaluation of Web 3.0 semantic web. Web 3.0 will continue to expand connectivity of digital cities and government services through digital transformation taking it beyond smartphones, tablets and PCs to the Internet-of-things and will introduce a new ‘digital’ information age. 

The predominance of digital data assets will provide supremacy in the new digital economy, the challenge will be how to sieve through the volumes of digital data, find, read, unlock its value and protect individuals privacy given the fast pace of technology change.

The IIM Conference will focus on BIG Information in service of Better Information Governance and will provide an opportunity to discuss the challenges of compliance, interoperability, collaboration and continuous evolution of Information Management discipline.  It will include informative presentations, case studies and workshops that will examine ways that various approaches can be employed to help organisations to respond to challenges they face today and expect for tomorrow.

As part of the IIM 2016 National Conference, the National Archives of Australia will be facilitating and sponsoring the ‘Public Sector Information Management Forum’ a must attend event.

The ‘2016 BIG Information for Better Information Governance’ conference will explore the key aspects of data and information processing and management, including:

  • Innovation Showcases

  • Data Acquisition

  • Data Enrichment

  • Analysis and Information Creation

  • Information Science

  • Information Visualisation

  • Information Services

  • Information Governance