Like many people over the last few years, I’ve invested in an eBook reader and have purchased many books via its online store. All was well until recently […]
Matthew Addis CTO of Arkivum tackles the tough questions on how to ensure long-term data archive integrity. Integrity is word that means different things to different people. Generally […]
I recently moved house and there are a few boxes that I’m still in the process of unpacking. These are the boxes that contain “things”: papers and souvenirs […]
Chippenham, Wiltshire – 31st October 2013 – Arkivum Ltd announce it’s partnership with Cristie Data, one of the UK IT storage industry’s most enduring names.
Janet Blake, MD, Cristie […]
Chippenham, Wiltshire – 11 December 2013
Arkivum Ltd, providers of the leading long term data archive service, are delighted to provide their clients in the higher education and research […]
Matthew Addis, CTO Arkivum, talks about costs, carrots and sticks on the 4C project blog: 4cproject website
The new edition of European Biopharmaceutical Review contains an article by Jim Cook, CEO of Arkivum. Read the article here to:
understand how to reduce costs and improve long-term document and […]
Another successful NGS related conference. Matthew’s presentation is available here
Matthew’s presentation at this event was on the challenges and solutions to long term records retention and access. We recently received the results from the feedback forms completed […]
Matthew Addis, CTO Arkivum, talks about issues around increased data volume from higher resolution formats on the Presto Centre blog.
Thank you to all who came and saw us at this event in March. Here is some of Jim’s feedback (he was interviewed at the event).
Matthew Addis, CTO Arkivum, talks about the possibilities of using DNA for data storage on the Presto Centre blog.