Join us June 13 in Tacoma for an email case study and Chapter awards

The final program of the 2017-2018 ARMA Puget Sound Chapter year is coming upon June 13! We hope many of our members and other records management professionals in the area can join us to celebrate, connect, and learn together. Register online today.

Along with an educational program, we’ll recognize chapter members with awards and tenure certificates, and take time for dinner and networking, too.

Program: What do I do with all this Email? – An Email Management Case Study

Ever feel like going postal due to volumes of email and not being able to find what you need?  Presenting a case study moving from Exchange Outlook to Office 365 and capitalizing on the new features available to better manage email.  This case study will address the problem of too much email and ineffectively addressing retention. You will learn how we managed this project and changed our culture to get user buy-in and implemented an effective Email management strategy.  From file plan creation to pilot, you’ll learn how to create a roadmap for the project, create retention policy and develop training and communication for users.

Speaker Bio: Catherine Wilson has been an Information Governance and RIM professional for over 20 years. Currently she is the Corporate Records Manager for Mutual of Enumclaw Insurance Company and developed the RIM program in its entirety. Previously, Catherine was the Global Records Manager for Hewlett-Packard Company.

Catherine has been an ARMA member since 1998 and served on the Board of Greater Sacramento Capitol ARMA Chapter as Program Director, Secretary and Membership Committee Chair.  She is now an active member of the Puget Sound Chapter and served as President, Vice President and Program Director.  Catherine is a Certified Records Manager (CRM) is ECMP certified and working towards her IGP.