Registration is underway for the Wyoming Chapter of ARMA Annual Spring Seminar, “Traditional/Electronic Information Management: Charting a New Digital World” ARMA International is a not-for-profit association and the leading authority on managing records and information, both paper and electronic.
This event will be held Tuesday, March 19, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne.
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As organizations move more into the digital age, they are questioning traditional methods of record and storage retrieval practices. Most workplaces are moving toward an electronic records process, but many are still holding onto the traditional paper records as well. Seminar speakers will explore some of the latest digital records technology, the pros and cons associated with it, and whether, in light of these technological advances, it is still defensible to maintain a traditional records management program.
Speakers will be:
- Jessica Harman, CRM, CIP – Records Information Management Supervisor at Phillips 66
- Carla Hester-Croff Western Wyoming Community College Professor
- David Pope, CPA, Wyoming Blockchain Coalition and the Wyoming Blockchain Legislative Task Force
- Cindy Brown, Wyoming State Archives
Registration for the event is $50 for ARMA members, $25 for full-time students with valid identification and $75 for non-ARMA members. The registration fee includes beverages, morning break, lunch, and an afternoon ice cream social In addition there will be a silent auction, with all proceeds going towards the Wyoming ARMA Scholarship Fund.