NextPage® Presents Podcast With Former Enron Executive, Lynn Brewer
at 2006 ARMA International Conference and Expo
SAN ANTONIO–LAWFUEL – Law News, Law Jobs –NextPage today announced the availability of a podcast with former Enron executive Lynn Brewer, author of the book Confessions of an Enron Executive: A Whistleblower’s Story. Brewer’s podcast discusses the effects of the Enron (Other OTC:ECSPQ.PK) scandal on the current state of compliance, eDiscovery and records management. The podcast was recorded yesterday at the 2006 ARMA International Conference and Expo in San Antonio, TX, at the live podcast station provided by NextPage and ARMA International.
Podcasts from ARMA International Conference Available for Download
The Lynn Brewer podcast and other podcasts from the conference are being syndicated on PodTech.net and are also available on the ARMA website at www.arma.org/podcast. Other available podcasts include:
— Tina Torres, Microsoft’s Corporate Records Manager
— Torres is a regular contributor to Microsoft’s records
management blog, which is one of the top 10 Microsoft
— Topics of Torres’ podcast include:
— What Microsoft is seeing and doing in the records
— New products coming with Microsoft Office 2007
— Judge Shira Scheindlin
— U.S. District Court Judge and ARMA International’s keynote
speaker on electronic discovery
— As the presiding judge, Scheindlin issued five
groundbreaking opinions in the Zubulake v. UBS Warburg
case, which is generally considered the first definitive
case in the United States on a wide range of electronic
— The topics of Judge Scheindlin’s podcast included:
— The cost of discovery vs. e-discovery
— The criteria on which a company can evaluate the
credibility of a legal threat
— Email retention cross border issues
— Richard Reese, CEO, Iron Mountain
— Iron Mountain is a $2 billion records management and data
— Topics of Reese’s podcast include:
— Iron Mountain’s collaboration with Microsoft on Office
— The blurring lines between information assets
(electronic and paper) and the increasing amount of
data protection required
— Galina Datskovsky, Senior Vice President, Development at CA
— The topics of Ms. Datskovsky’s podcast included
— CA’s acquisition of MDY
— CA MDY records management products
— Several “man-on-the-street” podcasts with show attendees are
also available from day one of the show.
About ARMA International
ARMA International is a not-for-profit organization and the authority on managing records and information – paper and electronic. ARMA offers several invaluable resources including regulatory and legislative updates, standards and best practices, technology trends and applications, marketplace news and analysis, etc.
The association was established in 1955 and its approximately 11,000 members include records managers, archivists, corporate librarians, imaging specialists, legal professionals, IT managers, consultants and educators, all of whom work in a wide variety of industries, including government, legal, healthcare, financial services and petroleum in the United States, Canada, and 30-plus other countries.
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