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Drinks with Me, On Me!: eDiscovery Trends

The ARMA Live! Conference & Expo for Records Management and Information Governance professionals is coming to San Antonio this Sunday for three days and CloudNine will be there.  If you plan to attend the show or are in the San Antonio area, come have drinks with me on Sunday – I’m buying!*

*Well, technically, my boss is buying, but we won’t quibble…

We’re having a “Drinks with Doug” outing on Sunday, September 25 from 4:30pm to 6:30pm at Guadalajara Grill, 301 South Alamo, San Antonio, TX 78205.  The address is easy to remember because we all remember the Alamo, right?  :o)

Anyway, it’s across the River Walk, just a short distance away from the conference in the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center.  Just ask for the “Drinks with Doug” gathering when you get there.

“Drinks with Doug” is a sporadic gathering of information technology, business, and eDiscovery professionals in various cities who casually meet and discuss all things information and technology over a few drinks with me.

If you’re attending ARMA and have an ARMA badge, that’s all you need!  Stop by and have a drink with us!

If you’re not attending ARMA, but will be in the San Antonio area on Sunday, you’re also welcome to attend.  However, you’ll need to email me at daustin@cloudnine.com and you will need to receive a confirmation response from me to be added “to the list”.  To improve your chances, please send the email from your work email address, not from a “gmail” or other personal account.

Hope to see you there!

So, what do you think?  Are you attending ARMA 2016?  Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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