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ARMA Jacksonville Chapter

Information Management in the Age of Mobility

 

When

Monday September 18, 2017

12:30 pm to 2:00 pm

Buffet lunch served

$20 members/$30 non-members

 

Where

Community First Credit Union
637 North Lee Street
Third Floor
Jacksonville, FL 32204


Driving Directions

 

RSVP by September 15

Michelle Rader

(904) 371-8123michellr@c1cufl.org

 

 

 

Save the Date!!  September 18

Information Management in the Age of Mobility

by

Randy Kahn

 

Randolph A. Kahn, Esq., is an internationally recognized authority on the legal, compliance and policy issues of business information, electronic records, e-business processes, and information technology.  As founder and principal of Kahn Consulting Inc., Randy advises corporate counsels, information management and information technology professionals in both government and corporate institutions on policy issues related to the management of digital information and electronic records.

 

Randy will be speaking about "Information Management in the Age of Mobility."  With all the different devices, cloud storage and access, and the fact that people and businesses are mobile, how do we as Records Managers manage information? Randy will share his knowledge, best practices and the methodology he has encountered in corporate America.

 

February 14, 2018 Presentation

ARMA's Jacksonville Chapter hosted ARMA President Ilona Koti for a presentation entitled "Changing Paradigms for Information Professionals". Review the presentation below.

Changing the Paradigm

March 20, 2018 Presentation

Jacksonville ARMA hosted Teresa Schoch for an informative presentation on GDPR and data privacy and security. Review the presentation below.

Teresa Schoch March 20 Presentation

April 16th World Golf Village Tour

Check out this 37-minute YouTube video of Michael Raimondo, of PGA Tour Entertainment, describe the Tour's new approach to media-asset management.


Summary of Tour: Metadata is key! CBS and NBC average 25-80 clip requests per tournament, so many people using it, including marketing, and the uses are expanding. Five primary areas of the PGA Tour Entertainment's Media Asset Management (MAM) system: Ingest, Metadata and Logging, Search and Browse, Distribution, and Archive.

80,000+ hours digitized as of Spring 2017, over 4 petabytes of archived footage, 90,000+ items in the system (video and audio), 5.6 million Log entries. Reports are available, daily, weekly, monthly, including metrics of content for an entire year, for calculating resource needs, i.e., storage space and staff. They are using a "superized" excel document to track.

In 2009, they migrated from hand written logs to a custom digital logging system, including quality control features, e.g., pre-populated info for selection instead of typing in data. ShotLink data is associated to their data as well, for more detailed information. "The ShotLink System is a revolutionary platform for collecting and disseminating scoring and statistical data on every shot by every player in real-time. The vision of the system is to: Turn data into information, information into knowledge, and knowledge into entertainment." MELT (?) from network partners, e.g., a hole-in-one gets caught by only one camera, is then shared and syncs with all data sets. At minute 29:53 they log the "spoken" word, from announcers, e.g., "alligator", and it creates a log track. Artificial Intelligence is part of the future goals, with facial and logo recognition.