Public Sector

Taking care of today for tomorrow.

Capturing, securing and making the past accessible has always been fundamental to society. Digital archiving enables every public-facing document of cultural significance, including all web and social media data, to be stored safely forever.

For National Archives

National Archives are guardians of data on iconic and important events in history. We help them to modernise existing archives through cloud technologies, revolutionising the way we store, search and view our history online.

Solutions include data migration, public-facing archives and full-text index/faceted search, which we have enjoyed great success with for the UK National Archives.

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For Libraries & Museums

Museums and libraries are the original archives. As curators of our past and our present, it is more important than ever that they continue to store our digital world.

From the preservation of significant records to instantly searchable archives, we provide real-time archiving across multiple websites and social media histories. 

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For Universities & Higher Education

Universities aren't just constantly producing new research and curating information that benefits society, they're businesses bound by compliance obligations.

Today, archiving this data is essential for both cultural preservation and compliance. Our archiving platform works seamlessly, delivering full confidence to universities in being able to retrieve their data when they most need it.

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For Government & Public Sector

Local and national governments have a duty to preserve documents and digital interactions for public trust, openness and accountability.

We enabled UK Government to instantly capture and provide online access to archived digital datasets and documents from central government departments for all time. We can help you achieve this too.

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For Charities & International
 Organisations

Keeping accurate records is not just vital for information governance, but a compliance requirement for charities and voluntary organisations.

It is also a huge challenge. Multiple requirements, numerous stakeholders and an overwhelming amount of information sourced from different places. We help organisations overcome these challenges through website and social media archiving.

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Key features for public sector.

ISO-Certified & Time-Stamped Archives
ISO-Certified & Time-Stamped Archives

Every archived file is time-stamped, hashed and stored in ISO-compliant files to ensure the security and authenticity of your digital data.

Automatic-Archiving
Automatic-Archiving

Standard monthly crawls for website URLs and daily crawls for social accounts. P.O.A for more URLs/social accounts and crawl frequency upgrades.

Live Replay in high-fidelity
Live Replay in high-fidelity

Fully indexed and searchable WARC’s. Replay content and archived metadata at any time and curate collections in line with Dublin Core.

Reporting Suite
Reporting Suite

Unlimited user, 24x7x365, free reporting and user-friendly suite with no hidden fees and charges.

Meet Compliance Requirements
Meet Compliance Requirements

Whether it's GDPR, SEC, MiFiD II or REF, we provide digital archiving solutions that meet a wide range of regulatory requirements.

Low-Cost SaaS Solution
Low-Cost SaaS Solution

A low-cost and light touch digital archive solution that requires no infrastructure costs or extra resource burdens on customers.

Text search and page comparison
Text search and page comparison

Full text search across your entire archive and daily digest/comparison reports on all website content.

eDiscovery support
eDiscovery support

All archived website content can be made available to eDiscovery professionals, litigators and other third parties for investigative purposes.

Locally Stored Data
Locally Stored Data

Stay in control of when, where and how, with all data archived in your jurisdiction to ISO standards.

Leading public sector organisations
 have already chosen to work with MirrorWeb.

UK Parliament
Cardiff University
University of Westminster
Bank of England
The National Archives
HM Treasury