Objective: to focus on achievements and new directions in the field of digital records and archives management.
Main topics: e-Government and standards, managing and accessing e-information, from records management to archives, long term preservation, certification, strategies for records management and archiving services.
Important information: Reception of proposals by 23 May 2008 Notification in July 2008 Expenses for travel and accommodation for selected speakers will be met by the conference hosts
The link below will take you to the press release which has been published at the official Slovenian Presidency web site, in relation to the DLM Forum meeting in Ljubljana on April 8-9, 2008. The information was prepared in Ljubljana by the leadership of the DLM Forum (Ireland), the representative of Europe Commission (Mr. Schram) and the representative of Slovenian National Archive.
The presentations from this meeting will be available for download on this website next week.
The DLM Forum Executive Committee are delighted to announce the programme for the DLM Forum Members Meeting taking place in Llubljana, Slovenia, 8th and 9th April 2008, and kindly hosted by the National Archives of Slovenia.
Please be aware that the programme is still subject to change, as confirmations are drawn together.
After a lot of hard work from a lot of people, both writing and reviewing the Standard, Serco yesterday published the MoReq 2 Standard. It was accepted by the European Community and can be downloaded freely at www.moreq2.eu. There is also a new Logo to go with MoReq2. For information or questions about MoReq2 please send these to email@example.com.
The DLM Forum and the National Archives of Slovenia would like to invite their member to the next meeting, being held, 8th and 9th April, 2008, in Llubljana, Slovenia, and kindly hosted by the National Archives of Slovenia.
The meeting programme remains under development, and will be published in due course.
If you would like to register you attendance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org upon receipt of registration, full meeting and logistics information will be sent.
Company Helps to Shape Important New Standards as a Leader in Records Management; Plans to Deliver MoReq2-Compliant Solutions Next Year, Help Customers Prepare
London, UK - 2007-12-19 - Open Text™ (NASDAQ: OTEX, TSX: OTC), a global leader in enterprise content management (ECM), said today that it is committed to delivering new solutions that meet Europe’s new records management software standards, called MoReq2, next year when the new standards will be adopted. The company is playing a role helping to shape MoReq2 in industry forums, sharing expertise as a global leader in records management with proven experience delivering solutions that meet the world’s leading records management standards.
While still being developed, MoReq2 will be a giant step forward in unifying records management software standards and practices across Europe. Once finalized, MoReq2 will give governments and corporations a single approach to managing their most important records, a daunting task for large organizations struggling with ever increasing stores of electronic information. For European corporations operating in multiple European countries, MoReq2 is particularly valuable because it will provide a single set of rules to follow for all of Europe.
Open Text’s records management experts recently participated in the industry’s most recent DLM-Forum meeting in Lisbon, Portugal, where experts in government archives and software vendors discussed the latest issues in furthering the development of MoReq2. Participants debated the best ways of implementing MoReq2, including a proposed testing regime and the governance framework for translation and localisation for each national jurisdiction. Vendors are expected to begin MoReq2 testing and certification next year.