London – 13th March, 2017. In recent months, momentum has been gathering around the adoption across the EU of the GDPR as required in law by May 2018, as its implications […]
London – 28th February, 2017 – Arkivum, a provider of long term digital safeguarding and preservation solutions and UKCloud, a Cloud Service Provider focused exclusively on the UK Public Sector, […]
London – 30th January, 2017. TM Group A/S, Scandinavia’s premier provider of advanced compliance solutions for financial services institutions, meaningful customer engagements, and first rate control rooms, and Arkivum, a long-term […]
Just one week after the Digital Preservation Coalition launched its new Commercial Supporter programme, Arkivum have announced their commitment to creating long-term meaningful relationships between DPC members and commercial solution […]
LONDON – 27 January, 2017. Arkivum Ltd., a leading provider of long-term data safeguarding and data usability solutions, today announced it has signed a partnership agreement enabling Thermo Fisher Scientific to […]
London – 18th January, 2017. Arkivum, a leading provider of long-term data safeguarding and data usability solutions, today announced the appointment of Barney Quinn, who will serve as Chairman of […]
Written by Paula Keogh – Sector Manager, Arkivum.
As published in Cloud Computing Intelligence and also Digital Doughnut
Technological advances have changed our world at an increasing pace since the Industrial Revolution – […]
Written by Rafael Bloom – Director, Business Development and Marketing.
As published in Data Economy.
Over the last few months there has been a proliferation of blogs and articles concerning the General […]
As published in ITProPortal, written by Daniel Hickmore – Health Subject Matter Expert at Arkivum
Before the topic of what a digital embassy is can be broached, it is important to set […]
London, 7th November 2016 – Arkivum, a leading provider of long-term data safeguarding and data usability solutions, today announced that it has successfully completed a £3 million funding round.
Having earned […]
So why are exit strategies and escape plans important?
Matthew Addis, Arkivum CTO, presented at the Preservation and Archiving Special Interest Group (PASIG) from 26th to 28th October 2016, an event […]
From the publication in The Stack, written by Daniel Hickmore – Health Subject Matter Expert at Arkivum
Traditional methods for managing the growing deluge of health data simply do not scale any […]
At the launch of Data Economy, industry experts all over the world were asked for their view on why data centres are important.
From the IoT to edge computing, banking and […]
The Kramlich Collection is a San Francisco-based private collection of over 200 time-based media artworks. The Collection includes video, slides, film, audio and computer-based installations by artists broadly considered to […]
With a 175-year old collection of historical records from both its predecessor institutions and from donated materials, UoW faced the challenge of safeguarding, preserving and providing global access to its digital […]
At the recent DigitalPath 2016 conference Dave Gibbs from Severn Pathology (part of North Bristol NHS Trust) delivered a case study presentation on how he came to select and deploy an Arkivum […]
The digitisation of pathology practices that involve, in some shape or form, creating and using images, is revolutionising how pathologists work. This is in part due to the fact that […]
Digital preservation is a very hot topic in the world of digital heritage and many people are talking about it. Some organisations have a strategy in place and are in […]
This article originally appeared in Business Cloud News, Information Age and ITProPortal.
Organisations operating in today’s highly competitive and lightning-speed world are constantly looking for new ways to deliver services to customers at […]
This article originally appeared in Information Age.
Data volumes are exploding. More data has been created in the past two years than in the entire previous history of the human race.
By the year […]
April 13, 2016 – UK-based Arkivum has launched its white paper that tackles how the NHS, and Healthcare in general, can benefit from actively managing Big Data.
Specialist managed data storage […]
Many pathology labs in the NHS are moving to digital processes that typically revolve around those that involve imaging of some sort (whole slide imaging for example) but could also […]
I recently read a fascinating article about how a new process called ‘cyber-archaeology’ is helping us to save some of our endangered cultural heritage sites.
The article highlighted the plight of […]
Digital preservation is a hot topic, particularly in the world of heritage, culture and memory institutions such as museums and galleries. Memory institutions in particular face increasing demands on their […]
This article originally appeared in Digital Health Age and Health Business.
The healthcare industry has changed and re-formed more in recent years than ever before. In the face of significantly reduced budgets, this […]
Here we are, ten months on from last years’ May 1st EPSRC implementation deadline. The expectation was that, by now, institutions would have policies in place that demonstrated their commitment […]