THE STARCHIVISTNAVIGATING THE DIGITAL CONTENT UNIVERSE
If you’re looking to move your media into the cloud, you might be wondering how long you’re going to have to babysit your upload. Three minutes? Three hours? Three years? To help you get a sense of how long it will take, here are five things you need to know about upload.
Why does it take so long to upload to the cloud? Upload is more than just sending information from one place to another, and there are numerous factors that play into upload time. Here’s a handy overview of what goes into an upload to help you estimate how long it might take to move your media into the cloud.
Our media collections are only getting bigger, not smaller. So the longer we wait to get the mess managed, the more time, effort, and money it’s going to take to get the mess managed. And if you’re running a business, that can have a huge impact.
A task that normally would have required a trip to the file-cabinet-of-doom and an attempt at remembering how I filed records — at least 30 minutes of wasted time — took me 3 minutes with Starchive. Saving time? Easy to use solutions? Yes, please. #starchiveforallmoms
2019 will be the year organizations reframe their content as an asset on a massive scale. Tapping the power of AI, cloud storage and other technologies, users will transform managing and optimizing their content troves from a dreaded, overwhelming chore to lucrative discovery and revitalization.
In this interview, Chris takes us deep inside the swells of North Carolina’s Outer Banks. We meet surfing legends, a drill instructor from Blackwater, and learn how a stolen photo takes on an unintended transformational identity.
After hearing a radio broadcast conducted by Pierre Monteux, Burrell knew he wanted to pursue classical music. In 1959, he became the first black orchestra member hired by a major U.S. orchestra, breaking the color barrier in classical music.
The Miller Center’s Tom van der Voort takes us back to 1968 to what we now call the Chennault Affair. The center’s recordings of Nixon and Johnson unpack treason and offer an interesting perspective on foreign influence within our own political moment.
Behind every fascinating archival “discovery” is an archivist whose hard work brought the story to light. Archive Secrets is the podcast where we uncover tales, stories and gems from some of the world’s most intriguing, unknown and previously hidden archives.
Starchive is heading to Portland, Oregon this week for the AMIA annual conference. Stop by our table to learn why some of the world’s most valuable film collections — like the Sherman Grinberg Film Library — trust us with their media (and, enter to win a sweet set of bluetooth headphones).
ACOR’s archive of more than 100,000 historical photos covers nearly eight decades of change across the countries of the Middle East…it only takes a brief survey of the headlines to understand how much has changed (and is at stake) in the region.
Dubbed “the voice of the working man,” Studs Terkel reached international acclaim as one of the most intellectually curious newscasters of the 20th century. His work included coverage of the civil rights movement and conversations with the power players of jazz, blues, and politics.
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