Yale Libraries utilize Preservica
Euan Cochrane, Digital Preservation Manager at Yale University discusses the use of Preservica for the digital preservation of their unique and valuable digital collection.
There are over 1 billion gigabytes worth of digital material across Yale’s library system, and the team of preservationists keeping it secure will see a major software upgrade in the spring.
Preservica, a United Kingdom-based digital preservation company, will help library staff keep an eye on all of Yale’s digital files, preventing them from becoming corrupt and keeping the digital material organized through a specialized classification system. Until now, Yale University Library — the group of professional school libraries and smaller collections at Yale — did not have a centralized way to protect and organize digital material in its library system. At a lecture in .….….…read more at Yale Daily News