Collaboration Tools, Blockchain, AI, and more! (May Info Pro Happy Hour!)

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Edge Digital Group

1700 N. Moore St., Suite 1810 · Arlington, VA

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18th floor of the brown building above the Rosslyn Metro station.

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Join your fellow Information Professionals for a night of food, drink, sharing, learning, and fun. We'll start off with food and drinks at 5pm with our program starting at 6.

COLLABORATION + CONTROL = INNOVATION
Businesses thrive on the exchange of knowledge and information among its workers. If your IT systems do not meet their collaboration needs, teams will find uncontrolled and unsanctioned apps to get their work done. From file sharing to instant messaging to video conferencing, ad hoc tools can become very unwieldy. Join Kevin Parker as he describes the strategic, architectural, and governance elements of cost-effective and responsible collaboration systems.

ABOUT KEVIN PARKER
Kevin is an award-winning information technology executive leading Tahzoo's marketing and customer experience solution services for Fortune 500 clients. He is Tahzoo's internal CIO, leading information management and collaboration for their employees worldwide. Kevin has consulted with large corporations, small businesses, US federal agencies, and higher education institutions. He regularly speaks and writes on topics related to Information Governance, Web Content Management, Information Architecture, User Experience, and Digital Transformation. Kevin is also an accredited AIIM trainer and the President of the National Capitol Chapter of AIIM.

AIIM CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS
There were a variety of exciting topics covered at the 2018 AIIM Conference this year. We'll be discussing several topics that were highlighted at the conference.

* Blockchain: Where it matters and where it needs more time to evolve
* Artificial Intelligence and Robotic Processing Automation: Shifting through the marketing of the different terms
* NARA and the DoD Standard[masked]: The future of Records Management in the Federal Space