Notice Of Meeting
The 2019 Annual General Meeting of the Institute for Information Management Ltd will be held by teleconference.
on Tuesday 26th November 2019 commencing at 18:30 AESST.
Register to participate in the Annual General Meeting by emailing the IIM Secretariat: firstname.lastname@example.org.
By registering you will be provided with the teleconference details and meeting papers.
Please return your Proxy form if you are unable to attend the meeting by 25th November 2019 by email to email@example.com
Nominations for the role of Director are welcome from any financial member but must be lodged with the Secretariat by close of business Tuesday 19th November 2019. Nomination form.
Any other business agenda items must be submitted to the National Secretariat no later than 5pm on Tuesday 19th November 2019 by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to PO BOX 4195 BALWYN EAST VIC 3103.
Increasingly, the things we want to keep have been created and stored on digital media, from floppy disks to digital video cassettes. Alarmingly, many once-modern formats are now considered ‘critically endangered’. According to the worldwide Digital Preservation Coalition, such formats include portable magnetic media more than 5 years old, including floppy disks, Zip disks, reel-based magnetic tape, MiniDV and digital audio tape (DAT).
In securing our digital heritage, the National Archives of Australia has led the way in preserving and migrating files on these at-risk media to sustainable formats.
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For fifteen years, WLA has been developing female leadership and supporting the presence of women in business and community leadership roles.
End of year funding grants are currently available to women who work in the information management sector to support their participation in a professional development program.
Up to $7,000 scholarships available
The fee support opportunity provides a scholarship of up to $7,000 for women to take part in one of three leadership courses.
The grants have been provisioned for use by women right across the country, with a specific focus on the information management industry, but must be allocated by the end of 2019. The programs are suitable for junior managers right through to executive level women.
How to register
At this stage, Expressions of Interest are being sourced until 6th December via this link: www.wla.edu.au/funding.html
Chief Financial Officer and Chief Information Officer, National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)
Neil Brittliff, Data Scientist, Microsoft
Jovan Stojanovic, AI Enthusiast, City AI
Anthony Boyle, Director, Automated Reasoning Alliance
David Dunn from Smart Office Systems and the City of Nedlands Executive Director and the City's Information Analyst will presented:
Business Intelligence and Information Management using out of the box SharePoint and O365.
David spoke about the opportunities to manage business information and processes more effectively using Microsoft Office 365, Power BI and SharePoint-online.
The City of Nedlands shared their real-life experience and their journey from paper-based processing and legacy record management - to online processing with automated workflows and business intelligence dashboards. They will also outline the practical business benefits they achieved and share some of the challenges they encountered along the way.
Unified Customer View - Customer Master Record Solution (CMRS) and Data Management Platform (DMP)
City of Sydney desires to improve our understanding and the way we communicate with our customers and stakeholders. Initially this will be by development of a trusted Customer Master Record Solution (CMRS), bringing together our disparate customer records. This will allow us to make updates across all relevant systems, facilitating excellent customer service and streamlining internal processes. It is envisaged that the solution will be developed on a Data Management Platform (DMP), which should improve Data Quality and reinforce Data Governance.
Via an open Expression of Interest, companies will be invited to propose their capability and solutions. They will be evaluated by their proposals for inclusion in a subsequent paid engagement to demonstrate abilities, proof of concept and innovative value add. During this engagement, companies will have the opportunity to better understand the problems, request additional information, and identify opportunities for unique value add.
Selection for a final contract award will be by evaluating the deliverables at the end of the engagement.
If you are interested in being involved in this upcoming Expression of Interest, please provide your contact details in this link by the 18th of October 2019 to be notified when this event opens.
Chief Executive Officer.