If the image doesn’t say it all….We are thrilled to count The Big Apple as our latest Cloud Preservation customer!
Today we announced an agreement with the great City of New York (the nation’s largest municipality), to archive all of its social media content via Nextpoint’s Cloud Preservation service. We are kicking off the project with the NYC team, led by Rachel Sterne (@rachelsterne), in the next couple weeks and will be performing some SmartCrawl® engineering to ensure the most efficient and complete preservation of their social media properties.
Here is a quote from our recent press release:
Cloud Preservation will automatically and iteratively archive the city’s extensive and ground-breaking use of social media channels, including over 100 social media feeds from 40 different city agencies that serve a population of over 8 million people. Featuring support for a wide array of Internet-based formats and social media platforms, including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube and Flickr, Cloud Preservation actively preserves text-based content and multimedia files in a secured, searchable population, which can be accessed at any time through a browser-based interface.
Rachel Sterne, New York City’s Chief Digital Officer, says, “We are pleased to be working with Nextpoint on this initiative and look forward to a successful implementation and ongoing relationship.”
“Cloud Preservation is being deployed by corporations, municipalities, law firms, and institutions of all kinds to develop a defensible, forensically sound archive of its Internet-based content, including social media,” said Rakesh Madhava, Nextpoint CEO. “We are excited to count the great city of New York as a customer.”
The NYC team are a smart, forward thinking bunch, and we are very pleased to be working with them on this social media preservation project. We will follow the project with updates on FRANK as the project moves through its paces.
We think it only fitting that “the city that never sleeps” would choose Nextpoint, a company with “support that never sleeps.”
For a closer look at Cloud Preservation check out our weekly webinar series and register for a live 30 minute demo.
P.S. Our utmost respect and apologies to Milton Glaser