March 10, 2020 Chapter Meeting Announcement
Security is Everyone’s Job! – Cyber security issues and their impact on your organization’s personnel. Guest speaker Kenny Leckie, Senior Technology and Change Management Consultant from Traveling Coaches will provide an overview of common threats and their impacts on business, how to spot a scam, why you are being targeted, how cyber security issues correlate to ethical obligations, and security vulnerabiliti8es.
This session will be offered over lunch beginning at 11:00 at the Double Tree Hilton – Roseville or via Webex starting at 12:00 noon. Webex login information will be sent out closer to the meeting. Click on the registration box on the right to register.
***Spring Conference is shaping up fast and registration will soon open.
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ARMA Canada extends invitation to 2020 Conference
The 2020 ARMA Canada Annual Conference will be held in Fairmont, Winnipeg June 1-3. This is a great opportunity to attend a national conference in a nearby city. For more information go to ARMA Infocon Can 2020
2019 ARMA International Conference
Members of the Twin Cities Chapter attended the Oct. 21-23 conference in Nashville, Tennessee. We caught up with a few of them for a photo.
2018-2019 Company of the Year Award Recipient
To obtain quality feedback from Mn Dept. of Transportation (MnDOT) employees and evaluate their RIM program, they decided to utilize the ARMA maturity model. Using their customized maturity model has improved their RIM program in many ways. Congratulations MnDOT for your outstanding RIM accomplishments!
Receiving the award are (L to R) Angela Boardman, Megan Bauer, Jennifer W. Witt, Charles Stech
Chapter Charity Chosen
Our Chapter has selected The Sheridan Story as the 2019/2020 charity. The Sheridan Story is a Minnesota organization that fights child hunger. In 2010, the school administration at Sheridan Elementary in NE Mpls realized that kids were taking extra food home to eat during the weekends. They approached the Mill City Church and the Woodridge Church to help combat this food hunger crisis. Since then, the program has expanded to include kids from all over the State of MN. Our Chapter is excited to participate in supporting this program.
A huge THANK YOU to our 2019 Platinum sponsor!
Micro Focus is a global provider of software solutions that bridges what you have with what you need to innovate faster and with less risk. Micro Focus will be the guest speaker at the November chapter meeting. Their topic will be on defensible deletion.
Looking for Case Studies, Success Stories (or tall tales) about your RIM World!
Do you have a success story or a major RIM change you would like to share? We’re looking for case studies on a wide variety of RIM aspects to feature at Chapter meetings. Contact the Board if you are willing to share your story.
Missing your ICRM or IGP Credits?
Contact the Education Director to get your credits.
Want to volunteer at Twin Cities ARMA?
Click here for all the ways you can help! We’re looking for volunteers for a few short term projects.