Preservica simplifies active preservation for DSpace repositories
New Preservica workflow makes it easier for DSpace users to leverage long term active preservation in the cloud
Oxford, UK | Tuesday 25th February 2014 | Tessella, a world leader in digital preservation solutions, consulting and research, has added a new workflow to Preservica, its cloud-based active preservation software, making it easier for DSpace users to safeguard valuable digital content and collections for decades to come.
Preservica user, Mark Myers, Electronic Records Archivist at Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives welcomes the new function; “we use a DSpace repository to make State records publicly available, but also systematically ingest DSpace and other digital content into Preservica to ensure it will remain accessible and readable into the future. The new workflow helps us streamline this process and further integrate our systems together.”
The new ingest workflow, which is now available to all Preservica customers, automates the bulk import of DSpace files and metadata performing integrity checking, quality assurance and characterization to protect against loss and degradation and ensure the content can be easily migrated to newer file formats overtime.
Tessella are also running a webinar: “Developing a long-term active preservation strategy for your DSpace content” where you will learn how other DSpace users are tackling the challenge of safeguarding their digital content and collections over the long term.
The webinar is on Tuesday the 11th March 2014, at 11am EST, 3pm GMT.
Learn more and register at: www.preservica.com/resources
Learn more about the new DSpace Ingest Workflow at: www.preservica.com/resource/dspace-ingest-workflow
Notes to the Media
About Digital Preservation at Tessella
Tessella is a world leader in digital preservation solutions, technology, consulting and research. Customers across 4 continents rely on our products to preserve their priceless digital information. Our solutions range from our cloud based Software as a Service offering, Preservica, to custom on premise installations using our core preservation platform. In 2011 Tessella and the UK National Archives won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category for the technology behind Preservica.
About Kentucky Department of Libraries and Archives
KDLA provides equitable access to quality library and information resources and services, as well as helps public agencies ensure that legislatively mandated documentation of government programs is created, efficiently maintained and made accessible. For more information on KDLA resources, programs and services visit www.kdla.ky.gov
KDLA is an agency of the Commonwealth of Kentucky’s Education and Workforce Development Cabinet.
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