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Note: the first in a series of TIMBUS events is free.

         Best wishes, Angela


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Agenda now available:

Training Day - Resilient Digital Business Processes

Free 1-day TIMBUS Training Day
in Association with PASIG 2012

Tuesday, 16 October 2012

Gresham Hotel, Dublin, Ireland



Event Description

A free Training Day on Digital Preservation of Business Processes will take place on Tuesday, October 16 supported by the TIMBUS project. This full-day event is open to any interested party on first-come-first serve basis.

This TIMBUS event will discuss these issues with you.

The TIMBUS project addresses the challenge of digital preservation of business processes and services to ensure their long-term continued access. TIMBUS analyses and recommends which aspects of a business process should be preserved and how to preserve them. It delivers methodologies and tools to capture and formalise business processes on both technical and organisational levels. This includes preservation of their underlying software infrastructure, virtualization of their hardware infrastructure and capture of dependencies on local and third-party services and information. This means that, in addition to technical preservation metadata, it draws on metadata standards that capture business processes, such as BPMN, and is identifying forms of supporting business documentation needed to redeploy processes and services.

The draft agenda is as follows:

 

From

To

Topic

Presenter

9:00

9:30

Introduction to Digital Preservation of Business Processes

Angela Dappert, DPC

9:30

9:40

 

Investigate participants' areas of interest and questions, identify use cases

William Kilbride, DPC

9:40

10:10

Risk Management in Digital Preservation

Wasif Gilani, SAP

10:10

10:40

Context information, Metadata & Reasoning

Hossein Miri, KIT

10:40

10:50


Investigate participants' contexts

William Kilbride, DPC

10:50

11:00

 

Q&A

William Kilbride, DPC

11:00

11:15

 Coffee break


11:15

12:15

Business Continuity Management

Wasif Gilani, SAP

12:15

12:45


Interactive Demo on BCM

Wasif Gilani, SAP

12:45

12:55


Q&A

William Kilbride, DPC

12:55

14:00

Lunch

 

14:00

14:30

Infrastructure, Architecture and Storage

Mike Nolan, Intel

14:30

15:15

Legal issues of Digital Preservation

Martin Hecheltjen, ITM

15:15

16:00

 

In-depth study on legal issues

Martin Hecheltjen, ITM

16:00

16:15

Coffee

 

16:15

16:45

Panel

 William Kilbride, DPC

To RSVP for this event, please contact [log in to unmask]t
or check the box on the PASIG registration form at
http://www.preservationandarchivingsig.org/events/2012/PASIG2012TIMBUS.html if you sign up to Pasig.

Questions can be directed to [log in to unmask]
or Angela Dappert +44 (0) 20 7412 7028.

Please, note that a charge of €40.00 will apply for no-shows or cancellations within 48 hours of the event.

The TIMBUS Project is co-funded by the European Union under FP7 ICT-2009-6 (Grant Agreement no. 269940).

Meeting Hotel
The Gresham Hotel Dublin, 23 Upr. O'Connell St., Dublin 1, Ireland
Hotel Booking:
http://secure.gresham-hotels-dublin.com/bookings/specials   

Transport from Dublin Airport
General information:
http://www.dublintourist.com/travel_info/dublin_airport/
Note:  the Air Coach stops outside the Gresham Hotel.
http://www.aircoach.ie/table.routes.dublin.citycentre.php

 


Angela Dappert

Senior Project Officer
DPC c/o The British Library,
Floor 5, Room 14, 96 Euston Road,
London NW1 2DB

Digital Preservation Coalition,
Innovation Centre,
York University Science Park,
Heslington, YORK YO10 5DG

Phone: +44 (0) 20 7412 7028
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