Preservica, a global Active Digital Preservation archiving firm, has partnered with Australia’s DatacomIT, a provider of specialised digitisation and hosted solutions for digital collections.
This partnership enables a seamless approach between digitisation and long-term Digital Preservation, with DatacomIT specialising in the conversion of analog materials to digital formats. Those who are already investing in digitisation will now be able to protect that investment by ensuring it is accessible, meets compliance and legal requirements, and is readable now and in the future with Preservica’s Digital Preservation solution.
What does DatacomIT bring to the partnership?
DatacomIT will offer consultation and implementation of Preservica’s cloud-hosted editions, which are changing the way firms future-proof and access long-term digital information. Preservica’s seamless app will bring together all the core elements of successful long-term Digital Preservation – durable storage, file format updates, and secure immediate access.
With over 40 years and counting of industry experience offering digitisation solutions to cultural institutions, DatacomIT is a recognised leader in the GLAM sector, providing digitisation and Digital Preservation services for galleries, libraries, archives, and museums.
Utilising proven leading-edge tech, DatacomIT has established long-standing credibility within the archives and digitisation industry, preserving fragile cultural heritage material like books, microfilm, microfiche, photographs, negatives, slides, maps, and large format material.
What does this mean for DatacomIT and Preservica?
“DatacomIT is excited about our new partnership with Preservica. We can now offer our clients a one stop shop, from digitisation to Digital Preservation, and assist organisations to develop curation and preservation strategies. This partnership underpins our role as Australia’s industry leader in digitisation and Digital Preservation, fulfilling our mission of securing the past for the future,” shared Eamonn Donohoe, General Manager, DatacomIT.
“We are delighted to offer Australian institutions an affordable and scalable way to preserve, curate and share their digital collections that document the vibrant history of the region. DatacomIT clients can now confidently go from scanning to safeguarding digital content. We welcome them to our growing global user community that is choosing this holistic approach we call Active Digital Preservation,” said Mike Quinn, Chief Executive Officer at Preservica.
Preservica’s partnership with DatacomIT is the latest in their global momentum, having recently announced government clients in Ireland, the Netherlands, and the UK. Follow Preservica on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook to learn how to register your interest.