Open access to research data. It’s easier than you think.

By |December 19th, 2014|

The open access movement, which works toward reducing limitations on data sharing (and promoting it of course), has grown rapidly in the last decade. The EPSRC has, as we know, […]

Maximising long-term open access to research data (keeping funding bodies happy)

By |December 17th, 2014|

Have you ever wondered how research funding bodies extend the value of their grant cash—helping them continue to earn income over the long term? It’s by making sure that the […]

Do you know what journeys your data has been on? And what’s a chain of custody anyway?

By |December 11th, 2014|

Are you confident you can assert the provenance of your data?
If faced with a compliance audit, would you able to prove your data’s authenticity by providing a trail back to […]

You need a data archiving strategy: Because your data isn’t going to archive itself

By |December 8th, 2014|

Like many institutions out there, you’re probably facing a colossal pile of data. Before it adds up, it may be time to consider how your organisation is going to handle […]

From tiny to massive – Archives can start small so get on the ladder today

By |December 4th, 2014|

Have you been thinking about migrating to a digital archive service but are not sure that your volumes are big enough right now? Well, don’t worry; you don’t need to […]

5 Reasons why you need digital data archiving

By |December 3rd, 2014|

Digital data archiving.

Data archiving.


What is it and how will you know if you need it?

If you or your organisation have large volumes of data that need to be kept for a […]