InDUG meeting Wednesday, Sept 10 - reminder

Matthew A Rhea

InDUG meeting Wednesday, Sept 10 - reminder

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I'm pleased to announce that Craig Mullins will be speaking at our next
InDUG meeting on Wednesday, Sept 10. We'll have a light breakfast
available at 8:30, with the meeting starting at 8:45. We'll be finished by
noon. Craig will speak on the following two subjects. Thanks to everyone
who responded with their top picks; I believe there's something for
everyone at our next meeting. Please RSVP to me at
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Abstract: The DB2 Top Ten Lists
This presentation offers advice, guidelines, and observations on DB2
performance, administration, and development. The information is presented
in a humorous fashion in the format of a series of Top Ten lists – kind of
like if David Letterman were a DBA. This presentation was voted as one of
the Top 10 presentations of IDUG in 2004.
Presented by Craig Mullins,
Corporate Technologist, NESI

Abstract: The Impact of Regulatory Compliance on Database Administration
Governmental regulations are increasing in number, and many of them impact
the way organizations must treat their data. Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA BASEL
II, and more make the news, but what do they mean to a DBA? This
presentation will offer an overview of the regulations and their impact on
database administration. Topics to be discussed include:
• What are the Regulations?
• Compliance Issues
• IT Controls
• Long-term Data Retention
• Database Auditing
• Additional DBA Concerns?

Conseco Conference Center
11825 N. Pennsylvania Street
Carmel, IN 46032

Directions from I-465 and Meridian Street (US 31) on the north side
of Indianapolis:
North on Meridian Street.
Turn right (east) on 116th Street.
Turn left (north) on Pennsylvania Street.
Turn right (east) on College Drive to Conseco conference center
(Building J),
one-eighth mile on left.

Matthew Rhea
Data Management IT Specialist
IBM Information Management
317-566-4608 T/L 554-4608
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