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Solving Shared Drives: Webinar Recording Now Available

The live recording of the webinar we delivered with our partner Perram Corporation on Solving Shared Drives  is now available below, or here on YouTube. We will be publishing the whitepaper shortly as well.

Solving Shared Drives: Webinar on February 16th

We are pleased to present a new webinar with our partners at Perram Corporation on Thursday, February 16th. Barclay T. Blair, president of ViaLumina will be speaking. More details below.

Solving Shared Drives: 10 Practical Tips for Clean Up, Classification and Migration of Shared Network Drives

Thursday, February 16, 2012

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST

Reserve your Webinar seat now.

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.

Most organizations have attempted to clean up their shared network drives at some point. Usually the effort is short lived, yielding virtually no results. In this session, Barclay Blair of ViaLumina, together with Mark Rye of Perram Corporation, will review what works and what doesn’t when it comes to shared drive clean up, helping you avoid the common pitfalls of this complex undertaking.

 

New Keynote Speaking Engagement

Barclay Blair, president of ViaLumina, will be providing the keynote address at Archive System’s user conference in New Orleans, April 22-24, 2012. Barclay will be talking about the exciting new opportunities that Information Governance offers to records managers. Stay tuned for more information as it becomes

Defining Information Governance: Webinar with eDiscovery Journal this week

Barclay will be presenting on a joint ViaLumina/eDiscovery Journal webinar at 1 pm EDT, Thursday September 15th. Barclay and Barry Murphy of eDJ will highlight the findings of their recent joint survey on information governance. You can find more information about the survey on Barclay’s blog, and at eDiscovery Journal.

Register for the webinar here.

Mr. Blair quoted in SearchStorage.com article

Barclay Blair, president and founder of ViaLumina Group, was extensively quoted in a recent article about building records retention programs. The article is aimed at storage professionals and contains many practical tips from several industry experts. Read the article here.

Speaking at AIIM and ARMA New York Chapter Meeting

Barclay will be speaking at a joint meeting of the NY region AIIM and ARMA chapters. He will be speaking about the importance of getting corporate governance right in order to get information governance right. The title of the presentation is “Why the Title, CIO, is a Lie.” Click here for more information.

ARMA Hot Topic – Information Governance in the Cloud

Barclay Blair was asked to write the lead article in the latest ARMA Hot Topic on Information Governance. This piece is distributed to tens of thousands through ARMA’s membership list, and is included in the material for attendees to ARMA’s annual conference. You can read the piece by clicking on this direct link to the PDF (http://www.arma.org/HotTopic/HotTopic910.pdf), or use this link to the ARMA landing page, and then click on “Making the Jump to the Cloud” to download the PDF.

Barclay also recently covered this topic in an Continuing Legal Education (CLE) session for paralegals for the National Business Institute.

New Podcast on Email Management

Barclay recently completed an interesting podcast about email management with Jeremy Barnes from Open Text. We talked about some recent cases in email management and practical strategies for managing email. Have a listen here. It’s the one titled, “Email Management for Litigation – Lessons from Legal Nightmares.”

ARMA Webinar Today

Barclay will be the featured speaker on a webinar hosted by ARMA International on June 29th, entitled: The Courts Are Sending a Message: Are You Listening?  Three Key Cases in E-Mail Management.

More information is available here.

AIIM Webinar on Information Governance

Barclay will be the featured speaker on an AIIM webinar on Information Governance on Wednesday, June 16 from 2-3 pm ET.

Click here for more information and to register. Hope to see you there.