Within the field of information resource management DAMA--the Data Management Association--is renowned for its spring and fall symposiums, popular for agendas rich in both theory and practical experiences. The upcoming 1998 DAMA International Fall Symposium, slated for November 1-3 in Mesa, Arizona, is no exception. The symposium is co-sponsored by the Phoenix DAMA Chapter and DAMA International. The theme, "A New Vision for Information Management in the 21st Century" was chosen to spotlight issues data management professionals are facing as we head into the new millennium.

Our profession is undergoing major changes. The industry has taken us from data dictionaries through CASE tools on to object-oriented technology and the World Wide Web. Data and technology managers must continue to meet changing roles in information integrity management and new business and technology environments. The conference organizers have created an agenda designed to provide insights into the future of our industry and how it will affect us professionally, technologically and personally.

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