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IDCC22 is supplemented by a half-day virtual workshop 'THE VALUE OF CATASTROPHIC DATA LOSS' by Jisc. The event must be booked separately from the conference. You do not have to attend the conference in order to register for the workshop.
The workshop will be held online on the same platform Whova as the main conference.
THE VALUE OF CATASTROPHIC DATA LOSS
This half-day workshop is intended to be a forum where those who have lost data can exchange information with those who would very much like to avoid having their own data loss disaster. The workshop will be run under Chatham House Rules allowing participants to share information freely.
Location: Conference Platfrom Whova (The Log In details with the link are shared once the registration is complete)
Organiser: Paul Stokes, Product Manager – Jisc
Time: 16 June 2022, 13.00 - 18:00 (British Summer Time)
Delegate fee: free of charge
Register on Eventbrite: The Value of Catastrophic Data Loss Webinar
Jisc and the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) have undertaken an anonymous surveying exercise to unearth the true cost of catastrophic data loss—not only in terms of the value of the data, but also the cost of the knock-on effects that may only become apparent some considerable time after the event. This information can be used to help organisations make a stronger case for robust and effective digital preservation practice and to inform those trying to take steps to avoid their own data loss disaster. This workshop, intended to bring together those who have lost data with those who wish to avoid losses, explores the usefulness of such data loss events to the community.