Results Oriented Web - Future Proofing Content

Results Oriented Web - Future Proofing Content

In case you missed our April event -  Results Oriented Web Summit - we will be highlighting speakers from the conference. Keith Anderson, also one of the main organizers of Big (D)esign conference, presented in our UX/Design track.

 

The topic:

Keith will show how organizations like the Department of Defense and Sprint use classification systems to manage massive amounts of content and keep it ready for future use.

Content doesn't last forever, but there are ways to manage content so that archiving, re-use, and even platform changes won’t affect your original purpose in creating the content.

 

Your Instructor:

Keith Anderson is a 20-year veteran of the Technical Communication Wars. He has served with honor on many industrial fronts including healthcare, banking, telecommunication, retail, and IT consulting. He is also the first person his family calls when they have computer problems. Keith’s shady past forced him to take on many disguises to get the job done: trainer, technical writer, software developer, web developer, and business analyst.

After a life-changing epiphany of epic proportions, Keith decided self-employment was not like the brochures and is currently working for Sprint as an application developer in the retail software division. Keith is one of the main organizers of the Big Design Conference. Like most adult children, he spends too many waking hours on Twitter (@suredoc) hoping somebody will notice him, but feels he’s forged many genuine friendships as a result.

 

Schedule:

  • 6:30 - 7 Arrivals and networking
  • 7 - 8:30 Presentation, Q&A
  • 8:30 - 9 More networking

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    A former member

    Great meeting!!

    August 17, 2013

  • Gerard

    Co-founder Secure Quorum

    August 15, 2013

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    A former member

    I am the International Sales Director for IT Sales Solutions International. We help start-up and established IT company build a strong sales pipleline and substantially increase revenues.

    July 13, 2013

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