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May 2024 – Service Project!

This month for our annual service activity, we will assist in sorting Weber County property tax records at the State Archives. Weber County recently digitized their property tax files, resulting in over 500 boxes of paper records being sent to the State Archives. Unfortunately, the records were not organized after digitization, leaving the Archives with a significant task of sorting and organizing them. Enter our chapter! We will be helping to organize these records, while socializing and enjoying working together! Additionally, tours of the State Archives will be available for those interested in exploring this fascinating facility. Hope to see you there!

When: Thursday, May 16, 2024; 11:30am -1pm

Where: Utah State Archives (346 S Rio Grande Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84101) (Map)


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April 2024 – Mark Diamond with Contoural

Mark Diamond from Contoural will be joining us this month to discuss best practices for creating or modifying a retention schedule in an age of predominantly electronic records. He will also discuss how to “privacy-enable” our schedules. Come ready with questions and an open mind! Many thanks to Contoural for sponsoring our lunch this month!

Who is Mark Diamond? Mark is the founder and CEO of Contoural, the industry leader in proactive records and information management, AI, litigation readiness and risk & compliance strategies. As a trusted advisor he and his company help bridge legal, compliance, security and business needs and policies with effective processes, technology and change management. To learn more about Contoural visit their website.

What will Mark be presenting?Creating a Modern, Compliant, and Easier to Execute Records Retention Schedule” Many record retention schedules started from within hardcopy, paper-based records programs. Yet today more than 95% of the documents organizations create or receive are sourced in digital format. Programs based on paper-centric record retention schedules are much more difficult to execute and ensure compliance, when electronic information is the dominant format. Is your retention schedule in need of an update? In this webinar, Contoural will discuss how organizations can create modern and more compliant records retention schedules that better handle both paper and especially electronic information. Contoural will also cover how to privacy-enable your schedule.

When: Thursday, April 18, 2024; 11:30am -1pm

Where: Autoliv (3350 Airport Road, Ogden, UT 84405) or Zoom

Registration for this event is now closed. If you missed this event and would like to view the presentation please go to “Presentations from Monthly Chapter Meetings“. Thank you for attending your ARMA Utah Chapter Meeting.

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February 2024 – Brad Swanson

We are thrilled to have Brad Swanson from Critical Insight talk to us about Cybersecurity. He will discuss the current state of cybersecurity how to better protect ourselves, our organizations, and our customers. Come ready with questions and to learn new things about securing our companies’ futures! Many thanks to Central Utah Water Conservancy District for sponsoring our lunch this month!

Who is Brad Swanson? Brad Swanson is a security professional with Critical Insight. Brad has been in the cybersecurity field for 28 years, and currently specializes in vCISO, audit prep, and security awareness training. He has presented at many security conferences and enjoys talking cybersecurity with anyone who will listen! When not keeping critical infrastructure safe from bad actors, he enjoys Jeeping around the desert and mountains near his home in the greater Las Vegas area. To learn more about them visit their website.

When: Thursday, February 15, 2024; 11:30am -1pm

Where: Taylorsville State Office Building (4315 S 2700 W, Taylorsville, UT 84129) or Zoom

Registration for this event is now closed. If you missed this event and would like to view the presentation please go to “Presentations from Monthly Chapter Meetings“. Thank you for attending your ARMA Utah Chapter Meeting.

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January 2024 – Arctic Wolf

To start off the new year we are thrilled for the chance to visit the Arctic Wolf Data Center. This visit will include a tour, an introduction to Artic Wolf Cybersecurity – Operations and a lunch provided by Artic Wolf. Our meeting will begin at 11am this month not 11:30am. Please come with enough time to check-in at the front desk and register for your visitors pass. Whether you’re involved with the cybersecurity of your company, or just curious to see how a data security center works, this tour won’t disappoint! Hope to see you all there!

What is Arctic Wolf? Arctic Wolf is a Cybersecurity company. There mission is to end cyber risk. “We envision a future without cyber risk. Every organization should be so effective at security operations that both the likelihood and impact of a cyber attack is minimized to the point where risk is essentially zero. The Arctic Wolf® Platform and Concierge Security® Team make it fast and easy for organizations of any size to get world-class security operations that continually guard against attacks in an efficient and sustainable way.” To learn more about them visit their website.

When: Thursday, January 18, 2024 11am -12:30pm

Where: Artic Wolf Data Center (1221 S Valley Grove Way, Pleasant Grove, UT 84062)

Parking: Park in the building’s parking lot. There is plenty of parking on both sides of the building.

Registration for this event is now closed. If you missed this event and would like to view the presentation please go to “Presentations from Monthly Chapter Meetings“. Thank you for attending your ARMA Utah Chapter Meeting.

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Holiday Social 2023

Food, Holiday Relaxation, Activities, and more! You and a +1 are invited to join us for our Christmas in the Library Holiday Social. Among other activities, there will be a White Elephant Gift Exchange (please bring something under $5 or from your office). This event will be in person and we are SO excited to see you all this holiday season!

When: December 21st @ 11:30 am

Where: Utah State Library Division Bldg, Room 218/219 (250 North 1950 West, Suite A, SLC, 84116)

Cost: FREE for Current Members! $15.00 for Non-Members and Guests (If you have problems paying please contact us at contactarmautah@gmail.com)

Registration: Registration for food is available through 12/16/2023. Please note, the email notification of submission is currently not working. We will do our best to forward the Admin notification to you, but if you need a copy please email armautwebsite@gmail.com . (If your total cost is NOT 0.00, you will need to pay at the Holiday Social. We will have a card reader for you to use. Thanks!)

Registration for this event has closed. If you have questions or concerns please contact us at contactarmautah@gmail.com

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November 2023 – Shredding the Past

When was the last time you looked over your destruction procedures? We are blessed to have several of our very own members have a panel discussion, Shredding the Past: Best Practices in Records Management Destruction. Come ready with questions and thoughts as we learn how our various organizations deal with destructions and the issues that we all face in these processes.

Who are our Panelists? Kendra Yates, Chief Records Officer at Utah Division of Archives and Records Service; Ryan Stock, Records Manager for Ray Quinney & Nebeker; Haley Dunkley, Records Analyst for BYU URIM and the CES Privacy Center.

When: Thursday, November 16, 2023 11:30am -1pm

Where: Sandy Library Small Meeting Room (10100 Petunia Way, Sandy, UT 84092)

Registration for this event is now closed. If you missed this event and would like to view the presentation please go to “Presentations from Monthly Chapter Meetings“. Thank you for attending your ARMA Utah Chapter Meeting.

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October 2023 – OpenAI

We are excited to host David Gould from EncompaaS. He will be talking to us about how OpenAI will revolutionize information governance. Specifically “how the implementation of OpenAI and ChatGPT in the enterprise will give records and information governance managers a new and extremely important role in providing the data quality and sensitivity required to make these new technologies work effectively and safely within their enterprise environments.” Come with questions and we hope to see you all there!!

Who is David W. Gould? Gould serves as Chief Customer Officer for EncompaaS, where he is responsible for the company’s global go to market plans, programs and strategies. In addition, David is a frequent speaker and blogger on “everything” information governance and data management. David is a subject matter expert on how large enterprises discover, classify, retain, and dispose sensitive and high value information, especially for enhancing content intelligence, meeting compliance and regulatory mandates and improving employee productivity. Visit his LinkedIn profile for more information.

When: Thursday, October 19, 2023 11:30am -1pm

Where: Beehive Room, East Senate Building, Utah State Capitol (120 East Capitol Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84103)

Registration for this event is now closed. If you missed this event and would like to view the presentation please go to “Presentations from Monthly Chapter Meetings“. Thank you for attending your ARMA Utah Chapter Meeting.

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September 2023 Randy Kahn & Annette Weller-Collison

Welcome back to ARMA! This month we’re very excited to 2 members of Kahn Consulting join us virtually! Randy Kahn & Annette Weller-Collison will be presenting: Keeping Up with the Information Avalanche: Governing the Wild, Wild Tech of the Digital Age! The presentation will discuss new types of information that is being generated at a fast pace and in large volumes by newer technologies. It will provide examples of why the information needs to be integrated into a company’s Information Governance program. We hope to see everyone there!

Who is Randy Kahn? Mr. Kahn is a highly sought-after speaker, and a two-time recipient of the Britt Literary Award. He has written numerous published works, including; “The Executive’s Guide to Navigating the Information Universe”, “Chucking Daisies,” “Email Rules,” “Information Nation: Seven Keys to Information Management Compliance,” “Information Nation Warrior” and “Privacy Nation.” Mr. Kahn teaches Law and Policy of Electronic Information at Washington University, School of Law and The Politics of Information at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Visit his LinkedIn profile for more information!

Who is Annette Weller-Collison? Ms. Weller-Collison is an experienced Vice President Consulting Services and Chief Operating Officer with a demonstrated history of working in the information governance industry. Ms. Weller-Collison was an executive at any automotive company that implemented one of the first global Information Lifecycle Management programs. She uses her practical experience to advise corporations on their Information Governance programs. Ms. Weller-Collison was major contributor to “The Executive’s Guide to Navigating the Information Universe” and “Chucking Daisies.”  She is a guest author for American Bar Association/Business Law Today. Visit her LinkedIn profile for more information!

When: Thursday, September 21, 2023 11:30am -1pm

Where: Taylorsville State Office Building (4315 S 2700 W, Taylorsville, UT 84129)

Registration for this event is now closed. If you missed this event and would like to view the presentation please go to “Presentations from Monthly Chapter Meetings“. Thank you for attending your ARMA Utah Chapter Meeting.

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Summer Closing Social!!

It’s time to PARTY! Let’s soak in the sunshine and good company for our last meeting of the year! We’ll be swearing in the new board, giving out Chapter Awards, and having some good eats!

When: Thursday, June 15, 2022 11:30 – 1pm

Where: Dry Creek Park, East Pavillion
100 West 1500 North
Lehi, UT
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Food: Lunch and Dessert!

Registration for this event has closed. If you have questions or concerns please contact us at contactarmautah@gmail.com