LIBNOVA’s mission is to safeguard the world’s collective wisdom, cultural heritage and research legacy. Forever.

Year after year, LIBNOVA has been pushing the boundaries of what is possible in digital preservation, bringing innovations that empower government agencies and public entities of all kinds to preserve their content in an easier and more efficient way. The LIBSAFE platform covers several Digital Preservation needs and is an advanced OAIS-aligned digital preservation software.

LIBNOVA was founded in 2009, has offices in the US and Europe and is now present in 17 countries with presence in the government, academic, cultural heritage and research communities. Since 2017, LIBNOVA Labs manages all our research data initiatives, including the ARCHIVER Project (CERN-led €4.8M European Union-funded R&D project).

Clients like the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, some State Archives and other Government Agencies, Princeton, Stanford and Pennsylvania State Universities, to name a few, the British Library, the University of Oxford and many others already entrust LIBNOVA with their digital content.

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FULL TITLE: "Command the Digital Flood (of Data)"

OVERVIEW: In today's world, the quantity of digital information is practically immeasurable and its growth continues to be exponential. Government Archives are no strangers to this trend and have the obligation to preserve all types of materials, whether they have control over them or not, since this information is also generated by external Agencies and they need to safeguard it as soon as possible.

 Providing tools to government records managers to take control over the entire flow of data from the origin (ingestion) to the end (dissemination) and optimize digital preservation processes has been the obsession of LIBNOVA in recent years, so that government records managers may control the entire lifecycle of digital information. 

In this presentation, in addition to learning about LIBNOVA’s services, we will discuss how it is possible to create a digital preservation workflow that allows States Archives to command the digital flood: receiving directly the digital information in a protected form from the source (sent by State Government Agencies through Submission Areas), organizing and structuring the data within the system and then deciding what information to make accessible to the public through the dissemination module.

Join us to learn how to ride the waves!


   Jacobo Vera