The volume of digital information is increasing at warp-time speed. Whether created as a result of the digitising of non-digital collections, as a digital publication or artwork, or as an inherent part of the day-to-day business of an organisation or individual, more and more information is being created digitally and the pace at which it is being created is accelerating. Read more
Many companies sit on a big pile of old data or use outdated systems to manage certain company information. These legacy data and applications might still be valuable to the organization, but their inefficiency, poor usability and high maintenance cost do not weigh up against the benefits. To get the most out of your legacy data you should convert these files to new file formats to keep them accessible, readable and searchable in the long term. Read more
In an earlier post we explained the importance of digital preservation and why every company should have a digital preservation strategy. As a company you want to have a guaranteed access to your business documents, regardless of the type, format or age of the file. In an era where digital technology and software packages are evolving faster than businesses can naturally adapt, this challenge keeps getting bigger and bigger. Read more
The eIDAS Regulation was set out to enable convenient and secure digital transactions in all EU member states. Are you wondering how your company can adhere to the eIDAS Regulation? We will guide you through the eIDAS Regulation in eight bullet points.
Most companies are not demanding when it comes to the file formats they use. They just use the most common file formats as the logical extension of their software tools. The best example is the Microsoft Office package. Although Word is a good program for word processing, text editing and file formatting, a Word-file (.docx) is not the best suited file format for storage, archiving, sending sensitive and private data, and internet sharing purposes. Read more