Currently, over 5 billion photos are stored at Flickr.com. The site is used by thousands of companies and government agencies to store and promote their digital media. Cloud Preservation now delivers two distinct options for archiving accounts: authenticated and public feeds. Authenticated feeds archive all of a user’s photographs, videos, profile information, contacts, comments, favorites and photosets. With public feeds, Cloud Preservation has access to publicly available photographs, videos, profile information, contacts and favorites.
Cloud Preservation also stores social data from the Flickr website, such as comments and favorites. This permits the documentation of social interactions with the added context of an image or video.
An immediate, on-demand solution that allows users to securely preserve multimedia content from social networking sites, blogs and public-facing websites, Nextpoint’s Cloud Preservation service has been deployed by corporations, municipalities, law firms and institutions of all kinds as part of a sound e-discovery readiness strategy and in compliance with federal and state regulations.
“Organizations continue to recognize their legal and compliance obligations in regards to the Internet and social networks,” stated Rakesh Madhava, CEO of Nextpoint. “Flickr is a very popular channel of media and social media content, and the latest release of Cloud Preservation continues to extend our reach of available cloud data stores that we can securely archive for our growing list of clients.”
More information on Cloud Preservation can be found at http://nextpointlab.com and http://www.cloudpreservation.com.
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