Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Thursday, November 4, 2010
Noon to 1 pm (brown bag lunch, there is a cafe at Foster Pepper)
Free for ARMA members
$5 for non ARMA members
1111 Third Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101
PageFreezer Web Archiving
Program Description -
Website & Social Media archiving is a new field in records management. Michael Riedyk, CEO of Green Valley Software, Inc will explain recent legislation, give practical tips, and demonstrate how to comply using its PageFreezer.com website archiving tool. PageFreezer is a web-based service that archives your website daily to comply with Records Management Laws. PageFreezer makes your archives accessible from any computer and enables use as legal evidence in case of a claim. PageFreezer offers some unique features including: Adobe Flash archiving and browsing through a website exactly as it appeared live online on a specified date.
Michael Riedyk is CEO of Green Valley Software, Inc. Prior to Green Valley, Michael was co-founder and Executive Director EMEA of a leading e-Government company in Europe. Green Valley recently launched PageFreezer.com: a Website Archiving Service.
This program is open to all Greater Seattle members and guests. Please register by November 2, 2010.
Register online: http://www.armaseattle.org/events.htm#Registration_Form_
Register via email:
(include your name, organization, and phone number and number of guests).
Foster Pepper is located in main business core of downtown Seattle. Located on Third Ave. between Spring and Seneca. Parking is available in the basement of the building for cost.
AND DON'T FORGET -
ARMA International Conference
San Francisco, CA
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Fall is also the time that brings the ARMA International Annual Conference. This year the location has changed to the West Coast (anyone remember the last time ARMA was on the West coast……..Vegas doesn’t count!)? From November 7th to 10th San Francisco is about to be invaded by records and information management professionals to explore new opportunities and presentations in records management. I for one am looking forward to the change of flight times from 6 hours to 2! There are lots of great sessions being held at conference, it’s going to be hard to choose which to attend but I never miss an opportunity to see current and former GNW members so I definitely have those sessions circled. As in years past we will be coordinating a GNW no-host luncheon for those attending. If you are going to be in San Fran for the conference, please let either Marc or I know and we’ll keep an eye out for you. We will scout out the area for potential lunch places and make sure to post a note on the event board they usually have near the registration area.
Fall is about change....for many of our Chapters, leadership may have changed. But there is one thing that is constant….the opportunities to learn from new programs and presenters, informative newsletters and resourceful websites! I hope you take the opportunity to embrace any changes you have going on and see how they can be an opportunity for you!
Sunday, October 10, 2010
"World-class speakers, technology experts and peers explore how to light a fire under your information processes through advanced paperless technologies. Discovery how to improve efficiencies, security, compliance and competition through ECM"
Hope to see you there!
Monday, October 04, 2010
Greater Seattle-North October 20, 3-5 p.m. Munters Inventory of Vital Records & Water Damage Restoration Process
Date: Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Time: 3:00-3:15 registration; 3:15-5:00 Program
Cost: $10 ARMA Members and Students; $15 Non-ARMA Members
Location: Everett Community College, 2000Tower St. Everett, WA Whiteshorse Hall, Room 105
Program: Munters Inventory of Vital Records & Water Damage Restoration Process
Program Description: The sprinkler system in your building goes off. Water is everywhere. Your documents are soaking wet…..what do you do? Jana Musseau from Munters, the leading disaster recover organization, will provide details on how to plan before an emergency and what to expect from the water damage restoration process. She will provide details on types of restoration possibilities and how to protect your valuable media.
Speaker: Jana Musseau, Munters, is a 15 year veteran of the emergency mitigation and fire and water damage restoration industry. She has been trained and certified in water damage restoration through the IICRC, which is the standard setting agency. Jana has worked with many of the leaders in the industry. She has provided training and technical support to fire and water damage restoration companies throughout the US and Canada.
Register: This program is open to all Greater Seattle members and their guests. Please register online at http://www.armaseattle.org/events.htm#Registration_Form_ by Monday, October 18. Or, email firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name, organization, and phone number and number of guests. We will only be able to accept cash or check for payment. Greater Seattle Chapter can provide invoice, if necessary.
Directions and Parking: For more details on how to get to Everett Community College, please go to: http://www.everettcc.edu/visitors/maps/ You will be provide with a parking permit prior to arrival.
To reach us from I-5 Southbound: Take Exit 198 and follow the highway south into Everett to Tower Street and turn right. Follow Tower Street two blocks and continue left to the main college entrance and campus parking to your right.
To reach us from I-5 Northbound Take Exit 195 and turn left onto E. Marine View Drive. Go one half mile to 16th Street and turn left. Follow 16th Street to Broadway. Turn right onto Broadway and continue to Tower Street and turn left. Follow Tower Street two blocks and continue left to the main college entrance and campus parking to your right