2018-2019 Program Schedule
Aloha ARMA Hawaii Members and Friends,
With all the uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, ARMA International and its chapters, including Hawaii, must find new ways of conducting its programs. As we redesign our programs to be virtual, we will find and share with you RM-related virtual events that may be of interest:
May 7, 2020 at 6 a.m. HST (12 p.m. EDT) – ARMA Northwest Region presents and ARMA Connecticut Chapter hosts Coping with COVID-19. Register here
Join ARMA Northeast Region for an open discussion with Jay Leask to discuss how we are coping in the new reality – What tools are available to us? How does IG stay relevant? We all have faced changes and challenges in recent months, and many have been forced into an abrupt shift to remote work. So, how are we all coping? How do we further our IG goals during this time? How do we stay connected? Jay Leask is a Principal Solutions Engineer for AvePoint Public Sector.
May 13 at 10 a.m. HST (4 p.m. ETD) – Access presents Legal Cage Match: Data Privacy v. eDiscovery. Register here:
It might not have the same level of thrill as a pay-per-view cage match, but John Isaza and John Montana, two lawyers and information management and governance experts are ready to duke it out in a legal discussion. A recent Law.com article that claims data privacy trumps ediscovery. One attorney believes Law.com got it right. The other disagrees. Tune in to find out which legal truth fits your business needs.
If having to show up to meetings in person has prevented you from serving as an ARMA Hawaii board member, please consider it now as we move to virtual meetings.
We are seeking nominations for the following positions for the July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021 term:
- Vice President
This is a great opportunity to gain experience, share your ideas, lead the chapter to new heights, and to make a difference in the world of Records and Information Management. Please notify me of your interest in seeking a position with the Chapter no later than May 15, 2020.
ARMA Hawaii President
ARMA Hawai`i Chapter Presents Data Analytics: From Data Visualization to Deep Learning
ARMA Hawai`i Chapter Presents : Hawai`i State Digital Archives, Digital Preservation and Digitization Projects Tour
ARMA Hawaii Chapter Presents: RECORDS AND INFORMATION: WE’RE STILL THE CHAMPIONS, MY FRIENDS
Everyone in the enterprise creates, touches or has a stake in records and information. Join us for a talk by Robin Thompson discussing real‐world examples of how records and information personnel are at the center of data and cyber security, and how the changing privacy laws from state to state solidify the importance of records. Everyone needs to work hand in hand managing the risk of information as an asset.
It’s been 45 years since the ARMA Hawaii Chapter was created. Please join us for this milestone celebration.
Wednesday, June 26, 2019 @ 5:30pm Bethel Union – 1115 Bethel Street, Honolulu, HI (Next to JJ Dolan’s) Cost: $25.00 per person Includes Heavy Pupus
Wednesday, May 08, 2019 – ARMA Hawai`i Presents: Improving Organizational Workflows with Kaizen (Continuous Improvement of Business Functions) Half-Day Seminar 8:00AM-12:00PM (includes lunch and continental breakfast) Annual Educational Workshop Featuring Yutaka Fukuyama CMC/J-MCMC Yutaka Fukuyama, “Joe”, is the Principal Management Consultant, Director, of the HR-Services Division of ChuSanRen (Central Japan Industries Association, Nagoya) and External Director of AOTS (The Association for Overseas Technical and Sustainable Partnership). He has over 30 years experience as professional in management consulting.
Wednesday, April 10, 2019: Disaster Recovery Workshop (FREE EVENT) – Keys to Disaster Preparedness and Tour of Belfor Property Restoration with Jeremy Schmalfeldt When disaster strikes, the clock starts ticking. Fires, floods, earthquakes, hurricanes, natural or man-made disasters can strike anytime, anywhere. Homes and businesses can be devastated within minutes. Disaster recovery is an essential element of the business continuity plan for every type of organization.
Wednesday, March 13, 2019 – Blockchain Applications for Information Management. What is blockchain technology, and how does it work? How can blockchain solutions protect the integrity and prove the authenticity of your organization’s data? Lipyeow Lim will be joining us to present an interactive educational session on the use of blockchain technology in information management.
Wednesday, January 9, 2019: Digital Records Access System with Helen Wong Smith, University Archivist at UH Manoa Is your organization working on creating, replacing, or updating your electronic records access system? Join us as Helen Wong Smith discusses the digital data projects she has managed for institutions across Hawaii.
September 12, 2018: Block-chain Applications for Information Management Speaker: Lim Lipyeow (University of Hawai`i) FHB Po’okela Wednesday, September 12, 2018 [wpeevent id=901]