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2016 San Francisco IT Symposium
April 14, 2016 - April 15, 2016
Doculabs is speaking at the Executive Function Management (EFM)-sponsored San Francisco IT Symposium, on April 14, 2016. The IT Symposium is a regional event that offers IT leadership an opportunity to gather and explore new ways to maintain competitive advantage in a global economy, facilitating collaboration across IT professionals. This year’s Symposium is the inaugural such event in the greater San Francisco area.
- Joe Shepley, VP and Practice Leader, will speak on “Trends in Data Lifecycle Management and Information Governance.” How do you purge your data? Are your data management practices in compliance with recordkeeping conventions and with legal standards? A recent survey from Doculabs unearthed some surprising findings about how organizations approach data lifecycle management. This meeting will host a discussion on the survey and discuss the impact on information governance and security, and offers recommendations for how to improve.
- Lane Severson, Practice Leader, will speak on “How to Avoid an Office 365 Disaster.” Microsoft is making the switch to Office365 extremely attractive, and many organizations are diving in head-first, asking questions later. More strategic organizations are asking about things like email management in O365, how to transition from shared drives, and how O365 fits into a larger content management strategy. The session will present benchmark data collected from client surveys, as well as early learnings and best practices on this transformative shift.
Date: Thursday, April 14, 2016
To register for the symposium, click here.
The EFM series of IT Symposium Conferences is an annual gathering of CIOs and their senior IT leaders in their respective geographies. These single-day IT symposiums are currently held in 31 cities, from the Upper Northwest, through the Rocky Mountains, past the Ohio Valley to Upstate New York, and from the Northern Plains to Texas. The focus is on delivering independent and objective content, exploring critical business, technology, and leadership strategies. It also serves as a conduit for IT professionals to build a professional peer network and attain real-world knowledge on technology and management solutions.