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Medical Scans and files

Researchers & Medical Institutions

Do you need a data retention plan for your scientific research, or a disaster recovery system for your medical records?
We offer secure, controlled file access options adapted to your needs.
Records can be stored safely for long-term retention. They can be purged periodically, or destroyed when the retention term expires.
Look at our cloud storage options, and more >>
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Media & Performance Organizations

Do you need to put small libraries or extensive archives into a digital asset management system?
Automated processing can digitize raw footage and finished productions cost-effectively.
Cataloging records for a DAM or CMS can be created or converted, and we can safely store your files for access later.
Learn about our file management systems with access anytime, anywhere >>
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Museum, Archive, Library Collections

Do you have recordings on film, video, or audiotapes that need to be digitized and stored?
We expertly digitize most types of audio-visual materials, books, documents and other fragile source materials.
We can help catalog and manage your content.
Find out how your collections can be digitized and preserved >>
Find out how your collections can be digitized and preserved >>

Recent News

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Mellon Foundation Grant to Support Digital Collection for Dance Heritage

Mon, 06/11/2018
Thanks to a $560,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation under its Arts and Cultural Heritage program area, the USC Libraries and the USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance will create a new home for a rich collection of recordings of more than 1,200 culturally significant dance performances digitized at hubs in New York, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C., over 15 years by the Dance Heritage Coalition.
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Postdoctoral researcher Justin Underhill uses digital animation techniques to explore the use of light in gallery spaces, including the work of Leonardo da Vinci. (Image/courtesy of Justin Underhill)

Collaboration sparks conversation on humanities 2.0

Mon, 10/20/2014
The USC Digital Humanities Program launches, previewing the innovative scholarship it will support.
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USC Digital Repository shapes the future of archiving

Tue, 05/20/2014
USC is the best long-term home for digital collections of research, cultural and business value, dean says.
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