The path to leveraging information value: From Information Governance to Infonomics.
Is data the new oil? Join us and key C-level executives to understand how to navigate the journey to harvesting newfound information value. You’ll learn the principles and formulas for monetizing information from Doug Laney’s groundbreaking book, Infonomics. We’ll have insightful presentations and panel discussions, including a group lunch, then a reception where you can network with peer executives and industry leaders. The event will be held at the award-winning Michelangelo Hotel, a jewel in downtown NYC Time’s Square.
Cost: $495. Includes continental breakfast, lunch, coffee breaks, a cocktail reception, and a book signing featuring Doug Laney (Infonomics) and Robert Smallwood (Information Governance).
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8am-9am Registration & Coffee – Mezzanine Room
9:00 AM Welcome and Review of Agenda (Robert Smallwood, Institute for IG)
9:15 Information Governance and the Road to Infonomics (Smallwood)
9:45 Getting to the Gold: Cleaning Up Content with File Analysis
- Rich Hale, Active Navigation
10:30 Coffee & Networking Break
10:50 Unified Data and InfoGov & the Sensitive Data Value Model (Rich Kessler, KPMG)
11:35 Leveraging Information Value with Infonomics (Doug Laney, Caserta)
12:15 PM Lunch – Mezzanine Room
1:30 Infonomics Software Demonstration (Neil Calvert, LINQ Solutions)
2:15 Implementing Infonomics: Case Studies, Caveats & Successes (Laney)
2:45 Energy & Networking Break
3:05 Implementing Infonomics: Case Studies, Caveats & Successes (Laney)
3:35 Energy Break
3:45 IG & Infonomics Panel (Smallwood Moderator; Laney, Kessler, Calvert, Hale)
4:30 Interactive Panel Discussion & Q & A (Laney, Kessler, Smallwood, Calvert, Hale)
4:45 PM Adjourn to Mezzanine Rm. for Infonomics & Information Governance book signing
5:00-6 PM Cocktail & Networking Reception in Mezzanine Room