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. Learn how emerging developments in data science can add value to your RIM program! Lipyeow Lim is an Associate Professor of Information & Computer Sciences at the University of Hawai`i at Manoa (UHM). Dr. Lim’s expertise lies in information management, database technology, big data analytics and data science. He currently works with his students on various research projects such as analyzing Hawaiian language documents, forecasting solar irradiance in renewable energy applications, and identifying plants from natural images. He also serves as an IT consultant for several World Bank projects in China, Vietnam, Mongolia, and Malaysia.
- ARMA Hawai`i Chapter Presents: Meet & GreetARMA Hawaii is now accepting scholarship applications. The scholarship provides membership to join ARMA International and ARMA Hawaii Chapter.
- ARMA Hawai`i Chapter Presents: MISSING “BYTES”: THE CRITICAL ROLE OF INFORMATION GOVERNANCE IN THE SDLC PROCESSTo effectively manage information throughout its lifecycle, you need to understand and make informed decisions about the systems and applications that touch or through which information will pass throughout its life. In this session, we will introduce the fundamentals of the SDLC process, discuss why organizations should have one; and identify specific steps in the process where IG input is critical.
- ARMA Hawai`i Chapter Presents: APPLYING DATA RETENTION TO INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND HOW THIS IS IMPACTED BY PRIVACYMany organizations face challenges when applying data retention rules to their structured information systems. Some of these challenges include mapping and translating the retention schedules to the systems and then applying these rules to the data that makes up the record.