The Preservica blog

Observations, news and opinion on all aspects of the industry, from the keyboards of the team here at Preservica.

Tales from the archive - a decade in review (episode 1)

Tune in for this special 2-part edition of our podcast series, 'Tales from the Archive'. We invited our favourite podcast heroes to join host Nathan Voogt to discuss the evolving role of the corporate archivist and archives through the past decade and into the next.

11 February 2020

Be More, Achieve More: keeping TfL’s archives on track

We recently spoke to Zoe Fullard, Archives Cataloguer for TfL, to learn more about how the Corporate Archives team is working with Preservica to increase the scope, availability and capability of TfL’s archives, allowing them to achieve more.

30 January 2020  |  David Portman

Keeping PAR on course: creating a generic protocol for the community

The Preservation Action Registries (PAR) is a protocol that allows Digital Preservation practitioners, researchers and vendors to share information about preservation tools, actions, business rules and policies.

28 January 2020  |  Jack O'Sullivan

Transition to Electronic Government: Signs of the Time

This post from Lori Ashley provides a way to explore what the transition to electronic government means for records preservation.

22 January 2020  |  Lori Ashley

Tales from the archive The John Lewis Partnership (ep 2)

Hannah Raeburn is the Digital Archivist at The John Lewis Partnership. Listen, share and enjoy as we journey into the corporate archives of John Lewis & Waitrose.

21 January 2020

Tales from the archive The John Lewis Partnership (ep 1)

Hannah Raeburn is the Digital Archivist at The John Lewis Partnership. Listen, share and enjoy as we journey into the corporate archives of John Lewis & Waitrose.

13 January 2020

Tales from the archive BT (episode 2)

Anne Archer is the Heritage Collections Manager at BT. Listen, share and enjoy as we journey into the corporate archives of BT

10 December 2019

“Becoming” digital: federal digitization standards here and on the horizon

Jason R Baron discusses the implications of US federal government directives on the digitization of paper records

3 December 2019  |  Jason R. Baron

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