If the “Free” part doesn’t pull you in, how about this: the Olympic torch will be passing through Maidenhead on the same day! That’s hard to compete with, but we think we can do it with the brilliant topic of information governance.
When: Tuesday, 10 July 2012
Where: Objects House, Maidenhead, Berkshire
Who: CIOs, CTOs, IT managers and other IT decision makers; Business analysts, enterprise architects, systems analysts and engineers, technical architects; Data quality and information managers, architects and stewards
This free (did I say FREE) Information Governance Workshop offers a practical one-day event where, through a series of interactive sessions and real-life customer examples, you will learn how to define and implement your own information governance program. You can check out a full agenda here, but these are the highlights:
How to develop an information governance strategy
We’ll show you our Ten Step Guide to Building Your Information Governance Program – designed to equip you with all the know-how needed to deliver trusted enterprise information.
How technology can support your information governance strategy
Hear SAP describe how the SAP Enterprise Information Management solutions can rid your company of ‘dirty data’ and enable easier governing of information. Our experts will present a series of quick-fire demos showing how each of the solutions covers your complete breadth of information governance needs – from migration, quality, integration and information lifecycle management.
Hear from Dixon’s, British American Tobacco and Birmingham City Council. Each customer will be presenting their real life story of implementing an information governance program. You will be able to ask them questions in the open panel discussion, too.
Key presentations will be done by Maria Villar, Tony Harper (Capgemini), and me. You can see more details about the speakers here.
You can click here to register…for free.
One last teaser…
We will also be talking about the Information Governance Benchmarking and Best Practices survey. You can use this survey to determine if you are spending the appropriate resources/focus on truly treating information as an asset. And you can benchmark your numbers against your peer groups. In essence, you will finally have statistics to prove if you are normal or not. 🙂 Look for a future blog post on the survey. UPDATED: Blog on the survey