Make your long term data secure, accessible and usable

Complete confidence in preserving, meeting compliance and creating business value from your data

Welcome to Arkivum

Long-term data management for data intensive organisations

We manage your valuable data for the long-term, regardless of if it’s scientific research, digitised historical art collections or financial data for regulatory reporting.

 

At Arkivum, we make your data secure and accessible for as long as you need it and usable so you can gain business value from it. Bringing your archived data to life.

 

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Webinar

How do you preserve data from retired systems?

Date: June 4th 2019
Time: 3:30pm BST / 10:30am EST

 

Join Dr. Jonathan Mangion, Head of Bioinformatics at Thermo Fisher Scientific and Arkivum for this 45 minute webinar in which we will be discussing the challenges and potential solutions for the issue of preserving data from retired systems.

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Don't just take our word for it

Here's what our clients have to say about us.

"Digital preservation is only one aspect of what we do so it was important to have the technical expertise and support provided as part of the Arkivum Perpetua solution"

Rebecca Short - Senior Records Manager, University of Westminster

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Our Clients

Some of the world's most forward-thinking organisations work with Arkivum to manage their long-term data lifecycle requirements

Over 100 organisations globally trust Arkivum to manage their long-term data requirements

Our Managed Service delivers peace of mind that your data is secure, where it needs to be and usable for when you need it

Data safeguarding

Digital preservation

Compliance & regulation

End of life systems

Record management

Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) reduction

What can you achieve with Arkivum?

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