Atle Skjekkeland

Senior Vice President, AIIM

Atle Skjekkeland is a Senior Vice President at AIIM – the Association for Information and Image Management. He is a technologist, educator, and innovator. His interest in the future of information management with social, mobile, cloud, and big data has made him a frequent keynoter and workshop facilitator at events across the world. Atle is also the architect behind AIIM’s training programs with close to 30,000 students. He has a Master of Science degree from Norwegian School of Economics, and he has for the last 9 years lived just outside Washington DC with his wife Gardy and daughter Isabelle. 

Session Details

Lunchtime Keynote: Through the Years and By the Numbers: A Community on the Move
12.00pm - 12.30pm

In order to understand what is coming next for content management, we need to remember where we’ve been. Join us on a historical journey through three major content "eras" of the past two decades. Then, take a look around you -- at the changing face of information professionals. All of us are information consumers and brokers, touching information to do our everyday work. Others are entrusted with the stewardship of information throughout our entire organization. No matter what role you play, we invite you to tap into the collective wisdom of this thriving and diverse community of folks who care about information-driven innovation.

Session Details

C2 Roundtable: How to Fast-Track the Implementation of Enterprise IT? 
13.15pm - 13.45pm

Cloud, mobile, and consumerization is impacting how we implement Enterprise IT. The business want IT to be simple, smart, safe, secure, and scalable. We will in this workshop identify how to best meet their requirements and determine critical success factors for new projects. 

Learning Outcomes:

  • Determine how to fast-track your implementation
  • Identify critical success factors for new projects
  • Plan for how to adopt to changing business requirements


Session Details

Chair of Panel Discussion: Europe, Privacy & the New General Data Protection Regulations
16.05pm - 17.00pm