The front of Doheny Memorial Library and the fountain.

Preserving our significant research, educational, and cultural heritage.

A rack of hard drives with an automated robotic arm.

Digital Preservation

We are a trusted repository that maintains best-in-class operational practices and technical procedures to ensure that your data is continuously monitored and protected in the long-term.
Learn how we preserve your data
A film scanner with reels and a computer monitor displaying the digitization process.

Media Digitization

We can convert many types of physical and digital source material into a broad range of industry-standard digital formats.
See how we digitize media
The Interactive Interviews website for Lora King.

Interactive Interviews

Our Interactive Interviews create engaging learning opportunities through real-time conversations using pre-recorded videos of real people.
Experience our Interactive Interviews
Outside of the National Institutes of Health building.

NIH Data Management

We help researchers meet the requirements for data preservation, access, and security from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the National Science Foundation (NSF), and other federal agencies.
Read the NIH requirements

Recent News

A university professor gives a presenation on a computer to a classroom of college students.

USC adds cloud storage for digital archives

Tue, 05/22/2012
The University of Southern California deployed over 8 petabytes of unstructured data on a Nirvanix private cloud storage solution.
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The cover of the first issue of AV Insider magazine.

New Magazine Launches in Los Angeles to Connect International Audiovisual Archival Community

Mon, 05/21/2012
AV Insider, a new magazine targeting the international audiovisual archival community, was announced and launched today at the Screening the Future conference.
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Poster for Screening the Future Conference showing two TVs with static in the desert and someone pointing a TV remote at them.

Can culture be digitally preserved?

Wed, 05/16/2012
Screening the Future Conference 2012 will serve the global community of stakeholders who keep audiovisual content alive.
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