The Open Preservation Foundation is delighted to welcome Arkivum as its
newest affiliate member.
Arkivum has a successful track record of delivering digital preservation
solutions to some of the leading organisations in the UK, Europe and the
USA. With both on-site and cloud-based managed digital preservation and big
data archiving offerings, Arkivum is able to meet a wide range of needs,
drivers and requirements. Working with libraries, museums, archives and
higher education institutions, Arkivum also provides consultancy, data
management resources and expertise to get organisations of all sizes onto
the digital preservation ladder.
*Steve Mackey, VP Sales – Education and Heritage, Arkivum comments:*
"Working in the area of digital preservation, it was a natural step for
Arkivum to join the OPF. As we continue to extend our reach in the digital
heritage and higher education sectors, being able to work alongside, and
within, OPF initiatives, will bring enormous benefits to our business, and
crucially, confidence with our clients”.
*Joachim Jung, Executive Director, Open Preservation Foundation comments:*
"We are very pleased to welcome Arkivum to our membership. It strengthens
our connection with industry, and brings providers and users together under
one roof. Arkivum’s solutions make extensive use of open standards, open
specifications and open source, which aligns with the Foundation’s
commitment to openness.”
Arkivum joins Foundation members from archives, libraries, research
institutions, universities, and service providers collaborating on shared
solutions for effective and efficient digital preservation.
For more information about Arkivum visit: http://arkivum.com/.
To find out more about the benefits of becoming an OPF member and how to
join visit: http://openpreservation.org/about/join/.
Becky McGuinness | Community Manager
@openpreserve | Skype: becky.mcguinness1
*Open Preservation Foundation*
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