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Monthly Update: CBC Contract, ISO Certification and New Recruits

David Clee

Welcome to the August monthly update from MirrorWeb, giving you the latest news from our team. This month, there’s lots to discuss including the award of a contract with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, retention of ISO Certifications, new recruits, and partnerships.

MirrorWeb Awarded Contract with Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

We have been awarded a 5-year contract with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation to provide web and social media archiving services of all their communications.

We were chosen as the preferred supplier for this contract due to our competitive and innovative solutions and our attention to detail for service delivery.

Talk to our website and social media archiving experts now to start your journey to digital preservation.

New Recruits Join the Team

We have recruited two fantastic junior developers from the Northcoders bootcamp. Liam and Maggie have made a real impact since joining the team, and we will certainly be looking to Northcoders for junior developers in the future.

Retained ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 Certification

We are pleased to announce we have retained the ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 Certifications with no non-conformities, reinforcing our commitment to the highest standards possible.


We are in discussions with a number of partners, from several of the big four consultancies to the Department for International Trade. We are also involved in advanced negotiations with a number of reseller partners in South-East Asia and Latin America.

Industry News

We’ve picked out the latest news on digital preservation and web and social media archiving for you to digest:

Manchester Arena Attack Tributes to be Given Digital Archive

Thousands of tributes left by the public in memory of those killed or injured in the Manchester Arena terrorist attack are to be preserved and digitised in the Manchester Together archive.

New Web Archive of EU Law

A new web archive of EU law is to be maintained by The National Archives as Britain becomes a self-governing nation.

How National Archives Digital Director John Sheridan is Digitising Government Records

An interview with John Sheridan on The National Archives digitising important political and cultural web-published government content.

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