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DRYAD ARCHIVE MANAGEMENT

Archive management for the future

Max’s Archive Management Service, DRYAD, is built on AtoM, a modern day web-based archive management system used around the world by hundreds of archives. AtoM is an open source product, freely available under a General Public Licence.




DRYAD: ARCHIVE MANAGEMENT

Built on AtoM

Max’s Archive Management Service, DRYAD, is built on AtoM, a modern day, web-based, non-proprietary archive management system used around the world by hundreds of archives.

DRYAD: ARCHIVE MANAGEMENT

A Bespoke, Customisable Solution

Max's skills and experience combined with AtoM's innate flexibility mean that we're able to customise a bespoke solution that matches your organisation's individual use case.

DRYAD: ARCHIVE MANAGEMENT

Crosswalker for Seamless Migration

Max’s 'Crosswalker' tool creates a single ISADG copmpliant csv document and ensures Seamless Migration to AtoM from your old system.

Latest DRYAD Clients Added

Max are delighted to share details of two SOTERIA / DRYAD installations. The first, a bespoke AtoM and Archivematica installation for the Royal Society of Arts, showcases AtoM and Archivematica as a flexible, branded archive management and digital preservation system. The second, an AtoM / Wordpress hybrid site created for London South Bank University, showcases the potential of AtoM to open up designated areas of your archive to the general public and by dovetailing with other tried and tested web technologies. The end result is a multi faceted user experience, specifically tailored for a broader user cohort.

LSBU WordPress / AtoM DRYAD Installation with Calm Migration
Screenshot link for Royal Society of Arts AtoM Dryad installation
Calm to AtoM Migration Process
Screenshot link for Calm to AtoM migration process

Latest DRYAD Clients Added

Max are delighted to share details of two SOTERIA / DRYAD installations. The first, a bespoke AtoM and Archivematica installation for the Royal Society of Arts, showcases AtoM and Archivematica as a flexible, branded archive management and digital preservation system. The second, an AtoM / Wordpress hybrid site created for London South Bank University, showcases the potential of AtoM to open up designated areas of your archive to the general public and by dovetailing with other tried and tested web technologies. The end result is a multi faceted user experience, specifically tailored for a broader user cohort.

LSBU WordPress / AtoM DRYAD Installation with Calm Migration
Screenshot link for Royal Society of Arts AtoM Dryad installation
Calm to AtoM Migration Process
Screenshot link for Calm to AtoM migration process