New AIIM research to investigate the value of long-term digital preservation to business
Active digital preservation specialist, Preservica, has joined forces with AIIM to research how the management of long-term digital information impacts an organization’s ability to mitigate compliance risk and create business value.
The research will investigate whether traditional IT approaches to keeping vital long-term digital information, such as back-up and archiving, are slowing an organization’s ability to use information intelligently in order to drive innovation, create competitive advantage, and meet privacy, regulatory and legal requirements in a timely way.
Many organizations are beginning to adopt technologies such as digital preservation to better manage long-term digital information and ensure it is securely accessible, re-useable and trustworthy over decades.
John Mancini, Chief Evangelist at AIIM comments “The value and benefits of digital preservation are well understood by the culture and heritage community, so as we begin to see adoption of this type of technology in the commercial world it is important to understand the ways that businesses are looking to consume and re-use long-term information to create value and mitigate risk”
Mike Quinn, CEO at Preservica commented “We look forward to working with the AIIM community to research how organizations are meeting the challenge of ensuring long-term and permanent digital information is future-proofed and immediately accessible over decades”
You can participate in the AIIM research into the use of digital preservation technology in business by visiting the survey site.
Notes to the Media
Preservica is changing the way organizations around the world protect and future-proof critical long-term digital information. Available on premise or in the cloud (SaaS), their award-winning active digital preservation software has been designed from the ground-up to tackle the unique challenges of ensuring digital information remains accessible and trustworthy over decades.
It’s a proven solution that’s trusted by businesses, archives, libraries, museums and government organizations around the world — including the UK National Archives, the Met Office, Texas State Archives, MoMA, Yale and HSBC — to name a few.
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Press releases 26/09/2022