Published by: Marketwired
ZL Associate General Counsel Linda Sharp to present on the effects of ROT on analytics
MILPITAS, CA–(Marketwired – April 20, 2017) – ZL Technologies, Inc. (ZL), the leader in unified information governance and analytics for the large enterprise, today announced its participation in the ARMA Houston Spring Conference. The event, taking place April 25-26 at Norris Conference Center, marks an assembly of thought leaders and information management stake-holders, offering invaluable educational sessions and networking opportunities.
ZL’s presence at the event will consist of an exhibit, located at Booth #37, as well as a speaking session by ZL Associate General Counsel Linda Sharp. The details of Sharp’s session are as follows:
Title: Garbage in, Garbage out…Understanding the Effects on Data Analytics when Utilizing Data that is Infiltrated with ROT
Location: Norris Conference Center in Houston, TX
Time: Tuesday, April 25, 1:45PM-3:00PM
As a premier records management organization, ARMA International provides key resources and best practices for records managers and information governance professionals. The Houston Chapter is the largest of ARMA’s 170 chapters worldwide.
The Spring Conference comes on the heels of ARMA’s Golden Gate Chapter Meeting in San Francisco (April 19), at which ZL Product Specialist Tom Mulligan will present on the importance of file analysis and dark data clean-up. These events mark the beginning of a busy event season for ZL, which will include speaking opportunities at MER, the CIGO Summit, and the IICE Summit, among others. Please visit ZL’s complete event schedule for more information.
ZL’s unified approach to information governance and records management has long provided organizations a solution for managing the influx of new data and data sources. Its built-in analytics capabilities optimize each facet of governance, while lending insight into business operations.
“With the expansion of corporate analytics strategies and initiatives, it’s more important than ever for organizations to get a handle on dark data,” said Sharp. “This includes ROT, which when left unmanaged, can undermine analytics projects and make the lives of records managers more difficult.”
Please visit the ARMA Houston Spring Conference webpage for more information on the event, or click here to learn about ZL Unified Archive®.