- Hanzo servers continually crawl the web as directed by you, archiving your chosen sites and providing free access to the archives forever. Even if you cancel your account, the archive content will remain, as will your access to it.
- Respect for content
- All archived pages, links and sites are stored exactly as they appeared on the web. Pictures, objects, links and flash are all retained as they are, preserved as originally conceived.
- Hanzo stores all archived content and user metadata in open web archive standards-based formats.
Hanzo are proud to join the Internet Archive and European Archive at PICNIC'06 Cross Media Week in Amsterdam on 27 September 2006 for a workshop on "Avoiding Digital Memory Loss". There is a keynote from Brewster Kahle in which he will describe his experience of building the Internet Archive followed by a number of other talks on building, curating and preserving borne-digital content, from numerous European experts. See this blog entry for more details.
Hanzo will present two new products:
- We will present Hanzoweb v2 - the first, publically available, continuous web archiving service, incorporated a new crawler, RSS archiving capabilities and our new preservation strategy. Hanzoweb v2 will also be available as a white-label product for institutions who wish to run their own archiving services.
- Secondly, we will present our new product for Enterprise archiving, designed to provide the ability to capture an organisations digital output and retain it in accordance with their commercial needs and regulatory compliance requirements.
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