MirrorWeb solutions provide valuable benefits for all types of organisations

National Government

Preserve and provide online access to archived digital datasets and documents from central government departments for all time.

Public Facing

National Libraries

National libraries, national archives and and organisations that archive culturally important web content for instant access to historical public records.

Full Text Index

Universities

Preserve and safeguard the endless amounts of research, records and data amassed on websites and social platforms.

Full Control

Museums & Institutions

Real-time archives of your websites and social networks to preserve and record accurate reference points with instant, searchable access.

International Organisations

Digital archive preservation and long-term access to online electronic publications of international significance.

Local Government

Public-facing website and social media archives to preserve local government records and digital interactions.

MIRRORWEB'S PLATFORM HARNESSES THE POWER OF THE CLOUD

Our platform is built on a vision of future-proofing and revolutionising archiving provision by moving the core technology from "Tin to Cloud" as once data is in an S3 environment we opened up a world of exciting opportunity.

With our AWS partnership, we can control native data storage in key territories globally. Together we have developed specialist Big Data Migration tools using Snowballs to ingest hundreds of TBs of HDD exisiting archive data that can be moved en masse quickly.

Large Scale

Large Scale

Migrate and archive unlimited websites and social media accounts

Public Facing

Public Facing

Best-in-class portal for ultimate user satisfaction, ease of search and integrity of fidelity

Google-Like Search

Google-Like Search

Full-text index/faceted search across the whole archive

Full Control

Full Control

Whitelists/blacklists and takedown systems give you finite control

Cloud Infrastructure

Cloud Infrastructure

Convert to big data tools to rapidly scale and drive ROI

Data Migration

Data Migration

Move TBs of data quickly, seamlessly and securely

Format Conversion

Format Conversion

Convert from legacy ARC to ISO standard WARC files

Increased Collaboration

Increased Collaboration

Make data usable with API endpoint access for researchers, students and civil servants with personalised account set-up

THE IMPORTANCE OF SOCIAL MEDIA ARCHIVING FOR GOVERNMENT

ARCHIVING SOCIAL MEDIA FOR FOIA COMPLIANCE

Social media is playing an increasingly important role in the public sector where these platforms are used to inform and interact with employees and members of the public.

However, with the increase in communications platforms, organisations must ensure they are meeting current guidelines and regulatory requirements.

MirrorWeb can archive all your social media communications in near real-time and stored in an ISO compliant format that can help with FOIA and other public records law compliance, e-discovery needs, risk management and much more.

 

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Do you have an existing archive?

How does the MirrorWeb platform work?

Our platform is built on a vision of future proofing and revolutionising archiving provision by moving the core technology from ‘Tin to Cloud’.

Cloud technology harnesses the flexibility of data storage in an AWS S3 environment. This produces a full inventory of the whole archive and processes ARC and WARC files on the fly during migration. 

We then generate fully compliant WARC files in the user friendly MirrorWeb user portal.

MirrorWeb have now successfully productised migrations of very large datasets so they can now be achieved seamlessly and securely to ISO certified standards.

This state-of-the-art platform is ready to share with like-minded partners and further collaborate with other archivists to collect, preserve and make accessible knowledge to all interested parties.

We would like to hear from you.

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The National Archives

The National Archives

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