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Archives New Zealand is pleased to announce the New Zealand’s first conference dedicated to the theme of digital continuity, preservation and long-term public sector information issues. This event will provide a platform for information professionals impacted by the emerging information risk and longevity issues to network and build relationships. The conference will provide an introduction to the key issues, and outline who is developing solutions both globally and locally. The programme and format is designed to give a broad perspective on digital continuity challenges and offers training and development opportunities as well as presentations and forums.
The Future Perfect 2010 conference features internationally renowned experts from Australasia, North America and Europe presenting on a range of aspects in the digital preservation and information continuity fields. While we have some of the world’s leading digital preservation experts in New Zealand we will also be taking the opportunity to deliver training courses, Dr. Seamus Ross is conducting the Digital Continuity 101 training course and Dr. Andreas Rauber is running a master-class (this course is now full). The conference also includes a BarCamp 'unconference' day with a more technical outlook
The conference will interest both information technologists and information managers from CIOs and developers to records and knowledge managers and enterprise content architects. This event is for those with an interest in: open source, open standards and open (Government) data, digital preservation, digital business continuity, public sector information and technology management, web content management and archiving. http://www.archives.govt.nz/advice/digital-continuity-action-plan/future-perfect-digital-continuity-conference-2010 or contact email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you at this year’s Future Perfect conference in Wellington.