* Venue: Beaconsfield Carriage House
* Venue: Beaconsfield Carriage House
Venue: Zax Cafe Meeting Room -- Basement, Sullivan Building
Hope for the Best and Prepare for the Worst - Protecting yourself and the information you create
Danger may not lurk around every corner, but there are many incidents that could spell disaster in the workplace, at home, or online - flood, fire, data breach, identity theft, and more. How can we protect ourselves against sudden emergencies and keep our personal and professional information secure?
Fall 2011 Workshop: Records Management 2.0: Coming to Grips with Social Media, the Cloud, and Emergent Technologies.
Could be interesting opportunity to hear from a range of federal government speakers ... "The Canadian Innovation Conversation Are you a small or medium size business? Do you have an innovative product or service that you are interested in selling to government? If yes, the Office of Small & Medium Enterprises (OSME) invites you to attend The Canadian Innovation Conversation being hosted this March 2011 in Charlottetown, St. John’s and Halifax.
The ARMA PEI Chapter is pleased to announce the launch of Infowave, our brand-new Chapter newsletter. Thanks to editor Mark Demone for all his hard work!
Plan to join us for a great day of learning and discussion at our annual Spring Workshop on Thursday, May 13th. The venue for this year's event is St. Peter's Cathedral Hall, at the intersection of Fitzroy and Rochford Street in Charlottetown. Presenters include: Sandy Hounsell, Senior Analyst, Research, Education and Outreach from the Privacy Commission of Canada; Corporal Troy MacLean, RCMP; Frieda McLaren, PEI Provincial Access & Privacy Coordinator, and; Juliana MacEwen from Precision Document Management.
The next chapter meeting is a combined meeting with our ARMA Region Manager Brenda Collins. Meeting is scheduled for 2pm - 4pm in the 3rd Floor Boardroom of the Sullivan Building.
The February Chapter meeting and the Member Appreciation event (rescheduled from Christmastime) will be held on Thursday, February 4th, from 2pm - 4pm. Venue is The Globe, at 132 Richmond Street (Victoria Row).
RSVP to Ann-Marie by Wednesday, February 3rd (368-6093 * email@example.com).
The monthly chapter meeting for November will be held on Friday the 13th (oooo) at 11am. Note that this month we are returning to our traditional venue, the Culinary Institute Cafeteria.
The next Chapter meeting is set for October 9th, from 11am - Noon. Note the unusual (for us) venue: Cafeteria Boardroom, in the Basement of the Shaw Building.
A reminder that the schedule of 2009/2010 meetings is here.
The next in our series of twice-yearly workshops is set for October 15, 2009, at the St. Peter's (Anglican) Cathedral Hall, on All Soul's Lane in Charlottetown. The theme of the workshop is: "Disaster Preparedness and Recovery of Your Organization's Records". Your registration fee of $100 ($125 for non-members, $50 for students) includes a full day of workshops, and lunch and refreshment breaks. For more details and to register, see the workshop brochure (Attachment below), or contact Ann-Marie MacIsaac at 368-6093 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Herewith the planned schedule of chapter meetings for Fall of 2009 through Spring, 2010:
October 9,, 2009 Cafeteria Boardroom, Basement Shaw Building
November 13, 2009 Cafeteria - Culinary Institute
December 11, 2009 Cafeteria - Culinary Institute
January 8, 2010 Cafeteria - Culinary Institute
February 12, 2010 Cafeteria - Culinary Institute
March 12, 2010 Cafeteria - Culinary Institute
April 9th, 2010 Cafeteria - Culinary Institute
May 14, 2010 Cafeteria - Culinary Institute
The next monthly chapter meeting will be on Friday, September 11th, from 11am - Noon, at the centre courtyard of the Confederation Centre of the Arts.
The next regular Chapter meeting will be on Thursday, August 27th. Confirmation of time/venue to follow ...
The July monthly chapter meeting will be held on July 9th, 12- 2:00pm.
Location: Top of the Park (Charlottetown Driving Park & Entertainment Centre).
Agenda will include planning for the fall / September session on Disaster Planning/Recovery for information management. We have two main speakers tentatively booked.
Hope you can make it.