LOS ANGELES--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Digital Bedrock, a new Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) dedicated to offline, evergreen digital preservation, announced the launch of its operations from a high-security ISO 27001 certified data center located in downtown Los Angeles. The announcement was made by Digital Bedrock Founder and CEO, Linda Tadic, an internationally recognized leader in the area of digital preservation.
“Everyone has digital content they’d like or are required to keep forever”
Digital Bedrock (digitalbedrock.com) offers a unique, long-term digital asset preservation strategy across a wide variety of industries, from media and entertainment professionals, government agencies, businesses with intellectual property, to cultural heritage organizations, at a competitive price and with an unparalleled level of service.
“Everyone has digital content they’d like or are required to keep forever,” said Linda Tadic, “but keeping that content usable is a complex and ongoing process. Digital bits degrade, formats and software become obsolete, hard drives crash, and files are destroyed, lost, or hacked. At Digital Bedrock, we protect a client’s valued digital assets through our secure, offline, and eco-friendly suite of services, essentially ‘future-proofing’ their files so they will be available and playable when needed.”
Digital Bedrock’s staff interface with clients, so a client knows the people working with them. It is not an anonymous Cloud-based data storage provider. Digital Bedrock provides custom tools to help clients select which digital content to preserve, to access and audit their assets at any time, and to implement a long-term preservation plan. The company acts as a client’s staff and infrastructure, eliminating the need to hire and train employees or make large-scale hardware investments.
Digital Bedrock is offering special pricing, locked in for five years, to clients who sign up by December 31, 2016.
About Digital Bedrock
Digital Bedrock provides secure, managed digital preservation services in an offline, secure architecture. The company creates complex metadata about an asset’s characteristics and dependencies, identifies long-term vulnerabilities, and monitors asset health over time by performing scheduled, bit-level fixity checks. Offline redundancy on LTO7 tape is provided in three geographically separated locations, with assets migrated as new storage media become available. In addition to its core preservation services, Digital Bedrock also offers collection management and consulting services. More information at www.digitalbedrock.com.