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Show your computers, smartphones, tablets and technologies some love this 14 February 2022 which isn't just Valentine's Day, but is the second Monday in February that National Clean Out Your Computer Day falls on this year. 

Published in Home Tech

Active digital preservation software Preservica has signed a multi-year contract with Libraries Tasmania to accept, preserve, and store digital government and non-government record as archives.

Published in Strategy
Friday, 12 November 2021 11:07

iRODS to support Fujifilm Object Archive

The iRODS open source data management software will soon be able to use Fujifilm's Object Archive as a deep tier archive storage target.

Published in Data

Global open-source software lifecycle platform, GitHub, commenced its annual conference with a raft of announcements aimed at improving developer’s daily experiences and removing blocks.

Published in Open Source
  • Enables backup, archival and rapid ransomware recovery capabilities.
  • Supports business compliance requirements by providing independent and air-gapped data protection and unlimited data retention.

9 July 2019 Perth, WA - Probax, a leading provider of intelligent data protection and business continuity solutions for Managed Service Providers (MSPs), today launched their latest SaaS protection solution: Dropbox Backup & Archive.

Wednesday, 25 January 2017 17:11

Commvault ready to go on AWS

Back-up and archive specialist Commvault has made available reference architectures for Amazon Web Services (AWS) for simpler deployment.

Published in Data

Panasonic has launched ‘an optical disk-based data archival solution which extends the lifespan of stored data by up to 40 years’, dramatically lowering costs.

The National Library of Australia's Trove of digitised newspapers now contains 15 million pages, making it the world's largest freely available collection.

Published in Government Tech Policy

86% of CIOs and IT decision makers think all data is valuable if it can be stored, accessed and analysed, but 48% say they aren't storing all their data.

Published in Data
Friday, 19 September 2014 17:25

Piql puts bits on film

Everything old is new again.

Published in Hardware
Wednesday, 22 August 2012 08:34

Amazon Glacier puts data on ice

Amazon Glacier, the latest offering from Amazon Web Services, is said to provide low-cost, secure and durable archival data storage.

Published in Cloud Computing

Dell is planning to spend $US1 billion on technology and services, and some of it is coming to Australia. The company also announced new packaged systems.

Published in Cloud Computing

Content Hub Appliance is a single platform that provides out-of-the-box connectivity for over 30 applications and comes with the ability to easily transfer documents.

An international survey has revealed a big gap between larger organisations' information management goals and their current practices.

Report Highlights the Criteria Channel Partners Use to Assess the Value of their Relationships with Technology Vendors

According to EMC, Australia and New Zealand generated 14 billion gigabytes of digital data during 2008. Are you looking after your contribution?

Published in Core Dump
Monday, 16 February 2009 11:30

KEEPing old digital objects usable

A three-year, €4 million European project aims to overcome the problem of digital documents becoming unreadable as older file formats and hardware disappear.

Published in Market
Saturday, 18 October 2008 12:45

Way back in time, with the Internet Achive

Are you aware that you can see archived pages from a wide range of Web sites, going back to the 1990s in some cases? It's fascinating to see what things were like way, way back in the Internet dark ages!

Published in A Meaningful Look
Tuesday, 09 September 2008 13:07

Google bringing old newspapers into search scope

Google has begun working with newspaper publishers to digitise back issues, making the material accessible via its search engines.

Published in Home Tech
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