What we do today is tomorrow’s history. Every day, there’s about 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created. The volume of information and the even larger variety of its formats poses new questions when deciding what should be kept and for how long. The world of archiving has evolved and there’s some misconception of what it looks like.
On December 16 at 11:00 a.m. ET, we will be joined by Hamad Abdulla Al Mutairi, Director of Archives Department at the UAE National Archives, and Jaana Pinnick, Vice Chair of the Information and Records Management Society (IRMS). Our panelists will explore the changing landscape of archive and digital preservation, specifically looking at:
- trends and evolution of the practice,
- the role of cloud and emerging technologies, like AI and machine learning,
- importance of compliance and information security,
- awareness and education of the next generation of history guardians.
Make time to explore the fascinating world of information and data archaeology with us.