Scholarly Output | Research Data Archive | Arkivum

Safeguarding scholarly output and research

Ensure long-term accessibility while complying with Research Council regulations

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Digital archiving and preservation of scholarly research data

Providing 100% data integrity guarantee to leading scholars and researchers from around the world

We assist our customers with ensuring that they preserve their data inline with Research Council regulations.


Arkivum’s safeguarded digital archive provides discovery capabilities, meaning you can access and analyse your valuable scholarly output for future research scenarios.


The ability to easily integrate with institutional repositories and securely export your information makes collaboration effortless across your organisation.

A tailored archiving solution for research data

Here is how we’re helping Higher Education institutes preserve their research

Best practice

Alignment to data management best practice approaches such as FAIR and ALCOA+


Our solution provides peace of mind with a 100% data integrity guarantee


Mitigate against file format obsolescence with automated preservation


Ensure data is accessible to the stakeholders who need it most


Comply with the latest Research Council regulations on archiving


Easily consolidate your data into one preservation solution

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What our customers say

Read more about the work we're doing in our case studies section of the website

“After initially becoming an Arkivum client last year to manage 10 TB of their long-term data, the University of Nottingham worked with us to expand the coverage further as an important part of their University-wide Digital Research Strategy, providing the ability to manage over 1 PB of data.”


“The Research Strategy that the University of Nottingham is implementing focuses on being recognised for their world-class research based on both research excellence and quality, and their drive to develop research professionals and support the next generation of research leaders.”

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