Thursday 27th February 2020
IBIS Hotel, 334 Murray Street, Perth CBD
Migrate, Maintain or Marry... System Migration
Our event has changed
Due to unforeseen circumstances Jenny Heathcote is unable to present at our next event, although we are hopeful that she will be able to present later in the year.
We have been very fortunate to get a presenter who has extensive experience from the mining, oil and gas industry, Jackie White who works for ?? has been involved in multiple system migrations and will provide us with lessons learned, problems encountered and what would change with the benefit of hindsight?
In addition, Damien Shepherd Director SRO will be making a presentation on system migrations.
We have therefore changed the order and content of parts of the event and we have the following program confirmed:
All organisations at one time or another will go through the process of migrating from one system to another.
What are the requirements and protocols for a successful migration? Where does access, security and classification fit? Is there an order that should be followed? Is testing important and is it only on the data migration or should it include configuration and behaviours? Is big bang migration best or incremental or are there alternatives? Should you migrate to a green field or brown field and what are the pitfalls?
These are only some of the questions that could be asked and we know you will have more.
IIM is excited to see where this first event may lead, and it is likely other migration events may follow. This is a complex process and it may have complex answers and therefore it may take time to tease them out.
At the end of the 1st IIM WA Event 2020, all persons attending the event will receive a brief migration checklist developed from presentations and the panel questions and answer sessions on the day. This will be available approximately 14 days after the event.
Date: Thursday, 27th February 2020
Time: Arrival: 07:05 am
Start: 07:15 am
Venue: IBIS Hotel, 334 Murray Street, Perth CBD
Cost: IIM Financial Members & Students $35, Non-members $50
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IIM Corporate Members $30pp; Non-Members $45pp
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Dr Lucas’ keynote will be about the trendy use of algorithms disguised as AI. After an introduction discussing the importance and ubiquity of AI, Richard asks who is helping whom? Then he will talk about the possibility of AI as a substitute for human thinking about ethics. Finally, Richard will show examples of the use of AI in justice and education.