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Is it Data? Is it a Record? Is it Information?

Thursday, May 21  |  2:00 PM ET (11:00 AM PT) 

Are you unsure about how to define data for your organization, let alone understand its lineage and manage it through its lifecycle? Are you prepared for the influx of COVID-19 data?

In this session we’ll explore:

  • the relationship between data and records
  • how to convey that to your internal stakeholders, including IT
  • the implications it has on your ability to ensure compliance with regulations and your company's Information Management policy.

Speaking with our Sue Trombley will be Kelly McIsaac, AVP and Head of Lifecycle Management at TD Bank Group.

We hope you will join us on Thursday, May 21st at 2:00 PM ET.
This webinar is part of the Education Series. Access recordings from past sessions here.
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Speakers
Kelly McIsaac, AVP and Head of Lifecycle Management, TD Bank Group

Kelly is an accomplished leader known for development and implementation of global governance and risk programs. She has a proven ability to develop strategy, manage projects with global stakeholders, and engage with senior level business partners to deliver results. Through her experience, she has developed skills for fostering collaborative relationships to strengthen business strategies.
Sue Trombley, MLIS, FAI, IGP, Director of Global Engagement, Iron Mountain

Sue led Iron Mountain’s Information Management Consulting group for 10 years managing a team of subject matter experts and running large projects. She now presents Information Lifecycle Management topics to customers across the globe and conducts research to share with the Information Management community at large. 

Sue is a frequent blogger and international speaker. She sits on the University of Texas at Austin School of Information Advisory Council, is a past AIIM Board member and is a past ARMA regional advisor and past-president of its Boston Chapter. She is ARMA Fellow #51.
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