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Developer "Office Hours" for Hydra, Fedora and DSpace–Drop-ins Welcome!

Ithaca, NY Those of us who have navigated through mazes of menu options online or on the phone to find information would agree that it's great when you are fortunate enough to find a real person waiting on the other end of a communcation to answer questions.

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Ithaca, NY @mire (http://atmire.com/) is a DuraSpace Registered Service Provider with a client base that extends into many countries and regions around the world. Based in Belgium (EU) and California (USA) @mire's commitment to Open Source technology and technical excellence is fueld by a group of dedicated professional DSpace repository engineers and a vibrant global community comprised of 40 institutions in 15 countries.

The CLIF Project: Fedora Repository as Part of the Institutional Technical Landscape

Ithaca, NY In a recent article [1] Richard Green, Chris Awre, Simon Waddington describe a literature review undertaken with Library and Learning Innovation (LLI) at the University of Hull and the Centre for e-Research (CeRch) at King’s College London, and subsequent trial integrations of Fedora repository software with SharePoint, and Fedora repository software with Sakai. This two-part approach formed the basis for the JISC-funded CLIF (Content Lifecycle Integration Framework) Project.

DuraCloud's Redundant Storage Feature Highlighted in Campus Technology

Ithaca, NY In a recent Campus Technology article (May 1, "DuraCloud Offers Redundant Storage Across Multiple Cloud Providers": http://campustechnology.com/Articles/2012/05/01/DuraCloud-Offers-Redundant-Storage-Across-Multiple-Cloud-Providers.aspx?Page=3) author Alicia Brazington points out that academia is often nervous about entrusting precious and irreplacable digital assets to cloud storage providers.

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