RIMAW 2010 – Africa’s first Dedicated Information Management & Security Event

I post this event announcement a month too late (the event took place on August 27, 2010).  However, anyone aware of my interests know that the advancement of information access practices in this part of the world is of particular interest to me.  This event focused on information management’s role in security issues.  I want to share the discussion post I received below from ARMA International:

The Records and Information Management Awareness Workshop & Exposition Africa (RIMAW 2010), where information management and security professionals address the trends and challenges of today whilst tapping into the huge potentials of the IMS market in Africa.

Connect and contribute in the unrivalled free education programme in Africa, where prominent global experts excite debate and industry practitioners share case study experiences. Enjoy the vibrant ambiance where international solution providers like you showcase current and emerging technologies and deliver practical, professional & technical expertise that proffers solutions to information management and security business challenges.

Why Exhibit?
RIMAW Africa provides the fastest path to market your current products or services to the emerging IM market in Africa and is the perfect promotional platform/avenue, with captivating audience who has immediate purchasing needs. Meet directly with your market and build on current or new partnerships in the exciting and vibrant atmosphere of RIMAW 2010 Africa.

Be sure to follow this organization if you would like to register and/or participate in this event next year.

Photos of this event are posted on RIMA’s Facebook page.

Visit RIMA’s homepage.

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