The future of electronic information & records management in the public sector

A long conference title, but at least you know what it’s about.  The programme is available at http://www.cimtech.co.uk/Pages/Main/CourseEvents_Government.htm.

I’ve been experimenting today with live tweeting: the tweet archive can be seen at http://twapperkeeper.com/hashtag/cimtech2010.

Some interesting papers, including from Dr Tom Jackson at Loughborough, who’s been researching practical way of extracting knowledge from email.  I’ll come back to the detail of this another time.

I was annoyed to clash with Nicole Schulz & Kirsten Ferguson-Boucher as would have liked to hear about risks & opportunities of storing information in the cloud.  Nicole (@nicoleschu) has also been tweeting from the conference today.

My own contribution was about the JISC impact calculator – planning to post on this later this week now our pilot project has concluded.

Also some stuff – surprisingly in the Moreq 2010 presentation – really about practical application of the continuum, which I’ll try & unpick later (need to stew on it a bit first!)

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