Electronic Data Acquisition Technology Workshop

The Frix Technology Group (dba  ImajNet, FreeDoc, WesternMICROFILM)will make a brief presentation on web-based document migration with securitization of data on archival PDF & microfilm. The company will also have a booth at the event at which they will be available for continued discussion.
The event will be held in conjunction with NOAA’s 3-day workshop (April 1 – 3, 2009) on  Electronic Data Acquisition Technology Workshop. The workshop will feature discussions and presentations on technologies able to assist work processes and scientific outcomes for those agencies tasked with supporting the marine

 
So you have records and need workflow. Is SharePoint enough?

The SharePoint Value Proposition


With increasing legislative compliance and the 2006 Rules of Federal Evidence, the sheer volume of electronic documents and email created within Microsoft OFFICE has steamrolled any idea of safely filing inside the Windows Directory.

Through database indexing, Microsoft SharePoint and Microsoft OFFICE SharePoint Server can file common electronic documents, but today's user wants more. PSIGEN empowers SharePoint by on-boarding records, to automatically create necessary indexing, expanding capabilities to increase user adoption, while fully leveraging the current investment in enterprise software license agreements.

 

Speaker Profile:

The Frix Technology Group is a locally-owned system integrator of content management solutions. Peter Frix, Principle of the group, has automated business processes with electronic records for 25 years. He has a Bachelor of Science-Management from University of Portland, Certificate as a Document Imaging Architech (CDIA), and Certificate in Electronic Information Records Management (CEIRM) from University of Washington.


In 1999, ImajNet was launched to deliver total solutions by
co-locating Project Management for installation of integrated document management systems with the scanning and digital conversion of paper documents and associated metadata. In 2006, Frix Technology Group acquired FreeDoc to increase its ability to provide ADOBE oriented solutions. This was followed by the acquisition of Western Micro Services, re-named 'WesternMICROFILM', in 2007. The firm now provides complete end-to-end solutions,to manage documents electronically in compliance with legislated archival rules. All key data entry service is performed by staff who live, and operate under the laws of Washington State.

TO REGISTER: This program is open to all professionals interested in
learning about the Digitial Records Recovery. Please register by Monday, September 8, by emailing registration@armaseattle.org. Be sure to include your name, organization, and daytime phone number.

 

SPONSORED BY: Greater Seattle Chapter of ARMA, International

DATE: Thursday, September 11, 2008

TIME: 4:30-5:30 p.m. Networking; 5:30-6:30 p.m. Program

COST: $25 (hors d'oeuvres); presentation only $10

LOCATION: Best Western Executive Inn (200 Taylor Avenue North).
DIRECTIONS:

From Interstate 5, driving north or south, take the Mercer Street exit (Exit #167). At the bottom of the ramp, bear right (onto Fairview) and then go left at the stoplight. After crossing 9th Avenue, you will pass through a short tunnel and the street becomes Broad Street. Stay in the left lane as you proceed on Broad Street. The first opportunity to turn left is a left-turn lane pull-out, which you should take (onto Taylor Avenue). The Best Western Executive Inn is on the left (East) side of the street.
PARKING: There is on-street metered parking available.
MASS TRANSIT:
Take Metro buses 3, 4, or 16.


The Chapter's Blog: Remember to check the Greater Seattle Chapter Blog (Web Log) periodically. There you will find more in-depth news and information than is appropriate for e-mail. Our chapter's Blog is at

http://seattlearma.blogspot.com. If you would like to comment on a posting, you may do so on the Blog. If you want to add a new item, please send it to: andrea.bettger@seattle.gov.

 

                                                                                                                                                 


Secretary of State, Mr. Sam Reed
An Evening with Secretary of State Sam Reed

Please join us in an informative evening with the Washington Secretary of State Sam Reed as he reviews the on-going standards and compliance regulations as they impact that state of the ECM industry. Secretary Reed will explore the current state of content management strategy within the State of Washington, discuss the Digital Archives Center, and examine the challenges and opportunities of managing electronic records through strategic ECM deployments within Washington State.

Sam Reed, Washington's 14th Secretary of State, has been a leader in championing election reform, advancing electronic records standards, and securing Washington State's legacy with technology. In 2004, he launched the nation's first state government digital archives. Currently, Secretary Reed is preparing for the Washington State Heritage Center slated to open in 2012.

For full details, please view the PDF flyer.

AIIMNWJuly31Eventflyer.pdf


REGISTER TODAY! 
 

Conference on ECM - Enterprise Content Management, Imaging, and Information Management


APRIL 30TH - BELLEVUE, WA

Is your organization experiencing the "SharePoint Effect"?

Many organizations are considering Microsoft SharePoint Server (MOSS 2007) as a possible answer to their immediate content management and content sharing needs. Do you need to know when and how to deploy both MOSS 2007 and advanced Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions within the same environment? Are you interested in knowing how to effectively sync up content sharing with content security and governance?

This complimentary, one-day educational seminar will provide insight and answers to the following issues:

  • MOSS 2007 functionality vs. traditional ECM functionality
  • Various approaches to content security
  • System ownership and support
  • Policies and procedures
  • Cost control

REGISTER HERE: http://www.aiim.org/ecmseminar/cmssreg.asp?EventID=4143