May Meeting: SharePoint Roundtable

SharePoint Roundtable – May 2, 2018

Join the Greater Seattle Chapter for a SharePoint Roundtable session, please note date change to Wednesday.  Below details about time and location.  Make sure register for the session.

8:00-8:30 AM Networking & Light breakfast

8:30-9:30 AM Roundtable discussion

Location: Sound Transit, Santa Fe Conference Room

https://www.soundtransit.org/contact-us/office-locations-and-directions#directions

April is Records and Information Management Month: What are you doing?

ARMA International has poster available for your organization. Make sure to check them out at ARMA RIM Month page.  Here are some other ideas:

  • Create signs or door signs about RIM Month
  • Gamify Spring Cleaning/Data Purging
  • Name that Electronic Media Storage (use old media)
  • Short Training series on hot topics of scanning, voice mail, text messaging, etc.

What are you doing for RIM Month?

 

Happy Spring Greater Seattle!

Hello Greater Seattle Chapter! 

I can’t believe we are already into the spring season of 2018!  There are great upcoming program notes on both a chapter and regional level. The GNW Regional Conference is right around the corner on April 5th and 6th.  Hope to see you there! We are pleased to announce our May SharePoint Roundtable and June Meeting at the Living Computer Museum. Be sure to sign up on the Greater Seattle registration page to reserve your spot.

Happy Spring,

Paula

Greater Seattle Chapter Chapter President

Chapter Meeting: Wednesday, May 2

SharePoint Roundtable – May 2, 2018

Join the Greater Seattle Chapter for a SharePoint Roundtable session, please note date change to Wednesday.  Below details about time and location.  Make sure register for the session.

8:00-8:30 AM Networking & Light breakfast

8:30-9:30 AM Roundtable discussion

Location: Sound Transit, Santa Fe Conference Room

https://www.soundtransit.org/contact-us/office-locations-and-directions#directions

Chapter Meeting: Thursday, June 7

Final meeting for Greater Seattle Chapter 2017-2018

Living Computer Museum – Archivist talk and Tour – June 7th, 2018

11:30 – Noon – Networking

12 PM – 1 PM – Program

1 PM – 2 PM – Tour

Cost $20 – includes light lunch, program, tour and admission to the museum

 

Living Computers: Museum + Labs provides a one-of-a-kind, hands-on experience with computer technology from the 1960s to the present.

 

LCM+L honors the history of computing with the world’s largest collection of fully restored—and usable—supercomputers, mainframes, minicomputers and microcomputers.

 

A new main gallery offers direct experiences with robotics, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, self-driving cars, big data, the Internet of Things, video-game making, and digital art.

 

Want to learn more?

 

The main floor features education labs for learning new skills (or dusting off old ones).

 

Come in. Geek out.

 

http://www.livingcomputers.org/Join/Visiting-the-Museum.aspx

 

Address

Living Computers: Museum + Labs

2245 First Avenue South

Seattle, WA 98134

MAP IT | Get Directions

Happy Spring!

Hello Greater Seattle Chapter! 

I can’t believe we are already into the spring season of 2018!  There are great upcoming program notes on both a chapter and regional level. The GNW Regional Conference is right around the corner on April 5th and 6th.  Hope to see you there! We are pleased to announce our May SharePoint Roundtable and June Meeting at the Living Computer Museum. Be sure to sign up on the Greater Seattle registration page to reserve your spot. 

Happy Spring,

Paula

Greater Seattle Chapter Chapter President

MRSC: Public Records Act Essentials Plus workshops

Do you and your agency staff need help to stay in compliance with the increasingly demanding world of public records request and records retention? 

Our Public Records Act Essentials Plus workshops are here to guide you. Register today for these trainings at various Washington locations in late March and early April. Space at each site is limited, so hurry! We expect these workshops to fill quickly. 

Simply click on your preferred location to learn more about the workshop.

Led by Presenters Jim Doherty (MRSC), Flannary Collins (MRSC), and Morgan Damerow, (Assistant Attorney General, Local Government Consultation Program), this full-day, in-person training will cover the essentials of the Public Records Act (PRA), then move to more advanced PRA guidance and practical tips that will help local government agency staff manage and complete public records requests. 

 PRA Essentials Plus meets Open Government Training Act requirements and, pending approval, meets WAPRO certification requirements. The training also offers 5.0 hours of CLE (legal) credit. 

Leah LaCivita  Communications Coordinator

206.625.1300 x118 | MRSC.org | Local Government Success

Chapter Meeting: February 8, Social Media and Archiving Social Media – Round Table

Social Media and Archiving Social Media – Round Table

Vulcan Inc., 505 Fifth Ave. Suite 900

Seattle, WA 98104

Thursday February 8, 2018

Please RSVP by 5pm Tuesday February 6th – so that we can have visitor badges ready for you.

Cost: $10

8:30am – 9am – Social

9am – 10am – Meeting

We all use social media, we all have social media and we all understand that once you put it “out there” it is there forever.  We invite you to come discuss the advantages and disadvantages of having a social presence both professionally and personally.  If your company has a social media director or a social media, policy please feel free to bring them or it along to share.  Joining us will be Jordan Steward who leads social strategy and execution for Paul G. Allen’s Vulcan Inc. His responsibilities include creating digital content and a social narrative aimed at building both Vulcan and Allen’s brand.

 

Greater Seattle and Bellevue Eastside ARMA Chapter Meeting: January 10

Program:

Information Security Strategies-Joint Chapter Meeting, (see flyer)

Speakers:

  • Ric Testagrossa, Information Security Engineer, Fred Hutch
  • Alex Di Giacomo, Chief Information Security Officer, ST & ORCA
  • Zeke Jaggernauth, Director, Information Security, Vulcan, Inc.

Date & Time:

  • Wednesday, January 10, 2018
  • 1:00-2:00 p.m. Tour; 2:00-3:30 p.m. Program

Location:

  • Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center (See map for visitor parking lot)
  • Thomas Building, 1100 Fairview Ave N, Seattle
  • Cost:  $10

About the Program:

This program will be a panel presentation, with each speaker giving an overview of their information security programs and the types of strategies they have deployed.  The speakers will also talk about what has been successful and what have been their biggest challenges.

About the Speakers:

Ric Testagrossa is an Information Security Engineer with Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center. He has over 20 years of professional experience in Information Technology, with 12 years experience in IT Security. He has worked for several organizations such as the University of Massachusetts, Pima Community College, and Seattle Children’s Theater. His specialty is teaching user awareness about various computer/network threats.

Alex Di Giacomo is Sound Transit’s Chief Information Security Officer, as well as the CISO for the ORCA regional fare collection system that serves seven partner transportation agencies in the Puget Sound region. He has over 18 years of professional experience in the information security space, on both private and public sectors, including the highly-regulated Energy industry, where he served as Douglas County PUD’s first Cybersecurity Officer, and led the creation and implementation of their first formal information security program to comply with the NERC CIP federal regulations.

Zeke Jaggernauth currently serves as Director, Information Security for Vulcan Inc. His expertise includes information security governance, risk management, compliance, operations and penetration testing. He has over 18 years of experience in the information security field and previously worked for DreamWorks Animation and PricewaterhouseCoopers. He also holds CISSP, CISM and CISA certifications.

Registration:

Please register on one of the Chapter websites — thank you!

Bellevue Eastside – www.armabellevue.org

Greater Seattle – www.armaseattle.org

 

 

 

 

 

Bellevue Eastside Meeting Webinar: Records Ambassadors & Outreach

Bellevue Eastside Chapter is suggesting to attend a Webinar either at your own desk or at Symetra, 777 108th Ave. NE Bellevue, 12 Floor;

Cost Free

Speaker Holly Dolan, MLS, Assistant Manager-Records Management Denton County, Texas

Date: Tuesday, November 14, 2017 12:00-1:30 p.m.

For more details see BEC November 2017 Program Flyer