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                                                           ARMA/AIIM - 
LONG ISLAND CHAPTER DINNER MEETING


TOPIC:
 
         Scenario 1: Your Company merges with another company.  Each has 
a retention schedule.  What do you use, and why? 
Scenario 2: You have a new legally-compliant records retention schedule, 
but you also have thousands of cartons in storage, at least some of which 
are categorized by your former retention schedule.  What do you do? 
Scenario 3: Your IT department is proposing a great new imaging system 
designed to speed workflow to different departments.  Which legacy records 
do you have imaged onto the system? 
  
Sound familiar?  These and other situations are now the norm for today?s 
records manager.  During this session, Lenore Greenberg, CRM, will outline 
the questions you need to ask so you can have the right answers to 
successfully migrate legacy records from old systems to new.  This session 
is not a software discussion, per se, but is intended to discuss the 
decision process you need to safeguard your company?s records.  Many 
considerations are presented, such as cost factors, user-needs and 
compliance requirements to manage in this all-too-common situation. It is 
essential to be able to conduct a migration project in a unified manner, 
but how?  Lenore will present some tools to manage your company?s new and 
legacy records.

SPEAKER: Lenore Greenberg is a Certified Records Manager with over two 
decades of professional records management experience.  She currently 
works for Iron Mountain Consulting Services, where she builds and 
implements legally compliant records management programs that are 
user-friendly and cost effective.  Lenore specializes in highly regulated 
industries, including financial services, insurance and energy. Previously 
she was the records manager at Anchor Saving Bank (now Washington Mutual), 
Prudential Insurance, where she implemented a major hold program covering 
the life insurance lines nationally, and managed a RIM program at ASCAP, 
the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers. 

She is part of the faculty of Nassau Community College, where she has 
taught all of the classroom curriculum courses in the Records Management 
certificate program. 

A well-known records management speaker, Ms Greenberg has presented on a 
number of records-related topics, including for ARMA (both at the annual 
conference and various chapter meetings), the Institute of Internal 
Auditors, New York Intellectual Property Lawyers Association and the 
Association of Corporate Counsel.  She has been widely published in a 
variety of periodicals, such as Records Retention, Library Journal, 
Internal Auditor, Market Solutions, and Corporate Counsel.


DATE:  Thursday, January 25, 2007

TIME:  5:30 pm ? 7:30pm

LOCATION: Rivkin Radler LLP

RSVP BY: January 23 (is required) to Tony LaMonte (516) 357-3314 or 
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CHARGE: Members $20; Non-members $25; Students/Government employees $15; 
Lecture only $15

Donations to AIIM/ARMA may not be tax deductible, consult you tax advisor.

DIRECTIONS TO Rivkin Radler LLP: 


From Eastern Long Island 
From Southern State Parkway: Exit 22 Meadowbrook Parkway North to Exit M4 
West Hempstead Turnpike, Route 24   West.  At first light make a left onto 
Glenn Curtis Boulevard and follow around to front of building.  Turn left 
to  parking lot. 

From Northern State Parkway: 
Exit onto Meadowbrook Parkway South (Exit 31A) - then to Exit M4 Hempstead 
Turnpike, Route 24 West.  At first light make a left onto Glenn Curtis 
Boulevard and follow around to front of building.  Turn left to parking 
lot. 

From The Long Island Expressway: 
After passing Exit 43 - South Oyster Bay Road, get into right lane for 
Exit 42 - Northern State Parkway.  Then pick up signs for Meadowbrook 
Parkway South (Exit 31A), to Exit M4 Hempstead Turnpike, Route 24 West. At 
first light make a left onto Glenn Curtis Boulevard and follow around to 
front of building.  Turn left to parking lot. 

From Manhattan: 
Queens Midtown Tunnel onto Long Island Expressway.  Take LIE to Exit 38 
(Northern State Parkway).  Take Northern State to Meadowbrook Parkway 
(Exit 31A).  Go on the Meadowbrook (you can only go south) and get off at 
Exit M4 Hempstead Turnpike, Route 24West.  At first light make a left onto 
Glenn Curtis Boulevard and follow around to front of building.  Turn left 
to parking lot
 
 
Anthony LaMonte
Records Manager
Rivkin Radler LLP
926 Reckson Plaza
Uniondale, New York 11556-0926
Tel:  (516) 357-3314
Fax: (516) 357-3333
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