Archive your documents digitally:
leverage on a reliable storage eIDAS compliant
Digital preservation is the set of tools, processes, standards and strategies aimed at prolonging the existence of a digital object by maintaining it in a condition suitable for use, while protecting the object’s identity and integrity, i.e. its authenticity.
Obsolete formats and media can jeopardize your data and secure storage may be insufficient to ensure you can access your digital information 20 years from now, for many reasons: short technology cycles, removal of application support, risk of storage media degradation or loss of context information.
Our trust-based Long-term Digital Preservation Service
LegalDoc leverages on InfoCert’s Trust Services to guarantee:
- the integrity, availability and durability of documents and information over time;
- document migration in standard and open formats to guarantee legibility over time.
Authorized users can access documents, download copies with associated metadata and search within their storage space.
At the end of the storage period established in the Agreement, the customer decides whether to delete the data or transfer it to another storage company.
LegalDoc comes with a user-friendly web front end (LegalDoc Web) that lets you perform all the tasks required to interact with the system (storage, search, dissemination, etc.).
A desktop client (LegalDoc Lite) is available to perform preservation tasks directly from the local Operating System.
Out-of-the-box connectors are available to seamlessly integrate the preservation system with third-party applications (e.g. LegalCare for standard medical systems and formats).
Standard web services are available as an interface for integration with external applications.
LegalDoc can be adapted to the needs of any European country thanks to:
- an architecture scalable on the regulatory requirements of individual countries;
- the possibility of adding additional functions to document preservation alone (e.g. preservation of signature certificates).
Infocert’s preservation process manages document preservation by creating “information packages” in accordance with the Open Archival Information System (OAIS) standard and the requirements of national legislation.
These packages contain the document and all the information (metadata) concerning it: enriching it and making it available to the client over time.