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Anand Dass, Director of Partnerships @ Facebook

The Information Governance Conference 2017

No matter how much we talk about information today, it is impossible to avoid talking about the implications of Facebook and how it has reshaped our connected world.

Facebook dominates consumer collaboration technology and it has its' sights on a new target: enterprise collaboration. So as Facebook begins its' move into the enterprise, with its new signature division, "Workplace", it's more important now than ever to understand how it is continuing to move our connected world forward.

In this Information Governance Conference 2017 Keynote, Anand Dass, Director of Partnerships @ Facebook, discusses how Facebook has turned it's famed corporate culture into a product and how it may reshape enterprise collaboration as we know it.

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Pradeep Sharma, Provost, Rhode Island School of Design (RISD)

The Information Governance Conference 2016

Join the Provost of the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), as he looks inwards at the information profession from the world of design. His insights will help us all as we shape the information profession into the future - while moving the focus of information towards the perspective of the information consumer.

Gov. Gina Raimondo
Governor of Rhode Island

The Information Governance Conference 2017

Governor Gina Raimondo takes the stage of The Information Governance Conference 2017 to discuss technology, technology process, and the future of government partnership before sitting for a brief interview with Information Governance Conference co-founder, Nick Inglis.

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Dennis Garcia, Assistant General Counsel, Microsoft Corporation

The Information Governance Conference 2016

Increasingly companies are using cloud computing solutions to help reduce their costs and achieve more. However we still continue to read about high-profile data loss incidents and data privacy laws are changing rapidly. More than ever before it’s important for companies to conduct thoughtful due diligence when selecting a cloud services provider. In this session we’ll explore some strategies for identifying and contracting with a cloud services provider.

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Roger Beharry Lall, Director of Market Strategy and Research, Adlib

The Information Governance Conference 2016

Learn how putting Information Governance strategies to work in your organization can help you make better business decisions. Roger Beharry Lall, Director of Market Strategy and Research at Adlib, will be discussing several case studies from insurance, energy, and banking showing how these organizations are applying new technologies like file analytics and intelligent capture to truly showcase the business value of Information Governance programs.

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Phil Eil, Independent Journalist

The Information Governance Conference 2016

Learn about FOIA as it unfolded for journalist Phil Eil. Eil had submitted a Freedom of Information Act request to the DEA and has been locked in a legal battle since. The story starts in 2009 when Eil sat down and interviewed Dr. Paul Volkman, then under federal indictment for a massive prescription drug-dealing scheme. From there, Eil has become one of the world's leading "accidental" experts on FOIA. This is his story.

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Richard Hogg & Susan Whitmire, IBM

The Information Governance Conference 2016

Richard Hogg and Susan Whitmire answer the question of who’s really doing Information Governance? & Do organization ever realize any benefits from an Information Governance program?