Information Governance

Come Join us at MER 2016!

File Share Cleanup: How to do it Once and Never Again

File Share Cleanup: How to do it Once and Never Again

What comes to mind when you think of Chicago?

Deep dish pizza. The Magnificent Mile. Cloud Gate. Bill Swerski’s Super Fans. More deep dish pizza. Wrigley Field. The Cubs making the World Series (ha, just kidding)!

The Windy City can conjure a vast array of sights and sensory experiences, but for those of us at ZL headquarters it can really mean only one thing: the MER Conference. This time of year brings us the chance to meet with some of the nation’s most prominent records professionals as they descend upon the Midwest’s urban epicenter each and every May. And unsurprisingly, 2016 will be no exception. We have a robust roster of events lined up, as ZL returns to the event for yet another year.

Our MER event page has additional event details, as well as a registration link for scheduling an in-person meeting.

ZL Technologies’ events at MER 2016:

(Session): “Major Changes Are Ahead for IG. What Are They? What Will Be Their Impact?”

  • Monday, May 23rd 2016 | 9:00 – 10:00 AM
  • Speakers: Kon Leong, Barclay Blair, Stephen Ludlow, James Watson

(Session): File Share Cleanup: How to do it Once… and Never Again

  • Tuesday, May 24th 2016 | 11:30-12:30 PM
  • Speaker: Kon Leong
(Special Invite Event): ZL Technologies Executive Dinner
  • Monday, May 23rd
  • Held at the Spiaggia dining room


In addition, our strategic partner Viewpointe will also be attending the MER conference this year, with a private meeting room at Suite 900. Find out more about their participation here.

We hope you can join us at the event! We look forward to our annual return to MER, and for the opportunity to meet up with old friends and create new ones.

Technology marketing strategist, obscure knowledge enthusiast, Duke fan, long-time dabbling musician. I have a background that is as diverse as my interests, including undergraduate focus on neuroscience and psychology, a master’s in management, plus a work/internship background in the biomedical research field and clinical trial software. Information governance matters to me because information matters to me. Knowledge that you can’t retrieve is knowledge that you don’t have. I like to focus on high-level trends and the steadily growing business value of unstructured content.