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September 2015 webinar

Hudson Hollister webinar

Hudson is speaking at
IDQSummit 2015
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IDQ Webinar series


Thursday 3 September 2015

Topic: Data Transparency Legislation: New Opportunities for Data Management

Speaker: Hudson Hollister

Details for 3 September 2015 webinar

Time suits Americas, Europe, Africa


James Price webinar

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IDQSummit 2015
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IAIDQ APAC Webinar series


Wednesday 23 September 2015

Topic: The barriers to and the benefits of managing data, information and knowledge as a business asset

Speaker: James Price

Details for 23 September 2015 webinar

Time suits East Asia, Australasia, Western Pacific


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About IDQ Webinars

IDQ Webinars are a moderated Conference Call designed to serve as discussion platform for the data and information quality community. The conference calls are supported and organized by the International Association for Information and Data Quality. IAIDQ seeks to engage experts with experience and expertise in the field of data and information quality. The calls are for all members of the IAIDQ interested in exchanging comments, ask questions and share thoughts related to information and data quality.

Participating in IDQ Webinars Sessions

The sessions are normally held every 4-6 weeks and are organized as one-hour phone conferences. Join the conference at by phone or by Skype. The sessions will be communicated through our monthly e-mail update as well as on the IAIDQ calendar. Follow the link at the top of this page to see dial in numbers.

Ground Rules

  • When speaking, always state your name first before your comments.
  • Conference sessions are recorded; recordings may be published on the Internet.
  • It is OK to disagree and have different opinions — All should share their viewpoints with respect.
  • The purpose of the discussion is not to convince others, but to learn by using inquiry to develop greater insights.
  • Comments should typically be limited to 1-2 minutes.
  • Participants should mute their phone unless they are talking.
  • The sessions will start and end on time. We will not review what has already been said for people who come in late.


Tony O'Brien Robin Rappaport is moderator of the IDQ Webinars. More information about Robin