Storing information in the Cloud’ Unconference
21 May 2010 in Manchester
This workshop-based unconference was part of a project run by the Department of Information Studies dis.aber.ac.uk/ at Aberystwyth University and funded by the Society of Archivists, looking into the security, operational and governance issues of storing information in the cloud. Our aim at this one-day workshop-based unconference was to generate debate and to highlight some of the security and governance issues surrounding the storage of information in a virtual environment.
The unconference was aimed at information professionals such as information managers, records managers, archivists and librarians as well as at IT professionals who are faced with organisational initiatives to move information into the cloud and who are looking for a starting point on how to tackle information management and security requirements in the cloud environment.
Further information about the project - jiscpowr.jiscinvolve.org/wp/2010/04/07/storing-information-in-the-cloud/
currently acts as senior advisor on records management issues for JISC infoNet, an advisory service for managers within the HE and FE sectors. Prior to moving to JISC infoNet in February 2007 Steve spent five years leading JISC’s own internal Records & Information Management activities and its programme of innovative records management and information governance development projects. After completing a history degree at Reading University and a Masters with Distinction in Archives and Records Management from University College London, Steve became Assistant Records Manager for the global pharmaceutical company Pfizer Inc where he was primarily responsible for establishing a records retention schedule programme. In 1999 he moved to the University of Gloucestershire where he established and ran an archive service as well as acting as the University’s Data Protection Officer. He is a former Director of the Records Management Society and member of the Education & Skills FOI Sector Group, the Ministry of Justice’s Information Rights User Group and The National Archive’s s.46 Code of Practice working group. He is currently a member of the Editorial Advisory Board for the Records Management Journal. Steve’s blog on the future of records management can be found at rmfuturewatch.blogspot.com/. Steve’s book: Managing the crowd: Rethinking records management for the Web2.0 world was published by Facet Publishing in 2008.
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