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Hub Huddle: Digital Archiving and the Law

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Name: Hub Huddle: Digital Archiving and the Law
Date: June 9, 2017
Time: 6:30 AM - 8:00 AM CDT
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:
Hub Huddles are an opportunity for manufacturing leaders to share, on a peer-to-peer basis, best practices for growth and strategies to overcoming challenges.

"Digital Archiving and the Law"
 
Presented by:
Josh McIntyre - Lane & Waterman Associate
Beth Tinsman - Twin State Technical Services CEO and Founder
 
One of the biggest unknowns to many in manufacturing management is how long everything must be kept – and preserved – electronically.   In fact, any IT manager will tell you that a backup is not an archive; your IT team doesn’t always preserve backups for 7 years, for example.
 
Wrapped up in how to manage, store, and preserve corporate electronic records on how you conduct business is your organization’s records policy.  Often times your general manager, office manager, compliance officer, HR, Finance, Accounting, or Safety department is the guiding hand in your policy.  Yet, often the strategy, policy, and plan to manage electronically digitalized manufacturing company assets – the data in all its many forms – are unknown. 
 
Join us at the next Hub Huddle when Josh McIntyre from Lane & Waterman, who specializes in e-Discovery and e-Record compliance, and Beth Tinsman, CEO of Twin State Technical Services, brief you on what you can do most automatically and painlessly using current technologies.
 
Attendees will learn what e-Discovery and record retention is all about, as well as how they can technologically support and manage the information systems resource in performing the archiving of e-Documents in their own computing infrastructure.
 
About our speakers:
Josh joined Lane and Waterman in 2012 and practices primarily in the areas of intellectual property, information technology, and professional malpractice, including computer fraud, data privacy and retention practices, matters concerning domain names, trademarks and trade secrets, and legal malpractice defense.
 

Beth founded Twin States in 1992. With 30 years of experience in the technology and software development field, she serves as the technology strategist for many clients and area executives. As someone on the leading edge of the digital world – including internet marketing, ecommerce, analytics and app development – she shares the message of technology leadership as a conference speaker and serves as an adjunct in Computer Science at St Ambrose University. 
 
 
Time will be provided for Q & A and networking with other attendees.
 
This event is free to attend. Please register at quadcitieschamber.com or by calling 563.823.2676.

 
This program is presented by the Quad Cities Chamber's Quad Cities Manufacturing Innovation Hub and the Defense Industry Adjustment Program. 
 
Leading Organizations:

 
Acknowledgment:This content was prepared as part of the Illinois Defense Industry Adjustment Program, a partnership between the University of Illinois System, the Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce, and the Voorhees Center at the University of Illinois Chicago (UIC), with financial support from the U.S. Department of Defense, Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA).  It reflects the views of the Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce and does not necessarily reflect the views of the OEA. For more information, please visit www.IllinoisDIA.org.     
Location:
Quad Cities Chamber (Arconic Room)
331 W. 3rd St.
Davenport, IA
Date/Time Information:
Starts: 6:30 AM
Ends: 8:00 AM
Contact Information:
Gary Grebner
Fees/Admission:
FREE to attend.
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