Announcement for our May 18th Meeting

 We are pleased to announce that we have a special guest speaker for our May 18, 2013 WSU NDSA meeting at 12 noon EST/9 am PST either on-site 3rd floor of the Purdy Kresge Library or on-line at https://connect.slis.wayne.edu/ndsa . Join us for some great information on digital preservation in the corporate arena provided by Gordon E. J. Hoke, CRM. See the following link to read his latest article in the ARMA International publication Information Management. http://content.arma.org/IMM/Libraries/May-June_2012/IMM_0512_RIM_Fundamentals_Long-Term_Preservation.sflb.ashx

 

Gordon E.J. Hoke, CRM 

Manager of Electronic Records, Abbott

Gordon E.J. Hoke joined Abbott in 2012 after 20 years as a mostly-independent consultant in ECM and electronic records.  His clients included Kofax, Oce’, Boston Scientific, and U.S. Bank.

Gordy is well known for his writing – around 300 articles, white papers, case studies, and more.  His work has appeared in Information Management, Healthcare Informatics, and Metropolitan Corporate Counsel.  He has written white papers for IBM, Documentum, HP TRIM, and others.

Gordy is active in ARMA and AIIM, which gave him its Distinguished Service Award.  He has been a guest lecturer at universities and spoken at regional, national, and international conferences on subjects like Persistent Records, The Synergy of ECM and RIM, and Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles.

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About Aubrey Maynard

I am the Vice President for the WSU NDSA Student Group. I have been doing genealogy for a little more than 10 years. A large portion of my research is done on-line. I work as a receptionist at a local software company. I love to read. I have a husband and a puppy who love me to pieces.

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