1 May 2021 – 31 May 2021
Information Awareness Month (IAM) is a collaborative event between various bodies within the records, archives, library, knowledge, information and data management communities with InfoGovANZ hosting several events to celebrate.
Information Awareness Month (IAM) is a collaborative event between various bodies within the records, archives, library, knowledge, information and data management communities.
The theme for 2021 is “Building Trust – Adaptability and Capabilities” – InfoGovANZ hosted several events throughout the month.
We look forward to celebrating with members of the Information Awareness Month including National Archives of Australia, Office of the Australian Information Commissioner, Information and Privacy Commission NSW, Institute for Information Management, Records and Information Management Professionals Australasia, Australian Library and Information Association, Australian Society for Knowledge Management, Australian Society of Archivists, DAMA Australia and Health Information Management Association of Australia.
Date: May 01, 2021
Start time: 09:00 AEDT
End time: 17:00 AEDT
Information Governance 2020Complimentary
18 February 2020
Hear the latest insights and trends for Information Governance 2020 as the opportunities and risks from data continue to rapidly evolve.View Details
IG: Combining Decision-making and Data to Drive ResultsComplimentary
24 February 2021
How to connect your decision makers with the right information at the right time is a critical issue for organisations. This forum explored some of the problems this causes for organisations and how to improve performance and outcomes.View Details
InfoGovANZ MeetnGreets – AprilComplimentary
22 & 29 April 2020
To kick off IAM month, we held Meet n Greets to connect with our IGANZ community, discussing current and emerging IG COVID-19 issues, working remotely and more.View Details
Migration, MIP, Metadata and MoreComplimentary
2 December 2020
Experts Andrew Cowan and Simon Costello from ActiveNav and special guest Ajay Iyer from Microsoft shared best practices about M365 governance. They tackled all the ‘M’s: migration, metadata and MIP labelling, and why we need to think about governance as an evolving process.View Details