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Extending the long ARM of the law

Updated: 2 days ago

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London, 13.06.2024:


Through Technology are pleased to announce the extension of our contract to provide and operate the strategic Archiving and Records Management (ARM) service for His Majesty's Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS).


Through Technology's ARM Service takes aged data from multiple strategic and legacy applications, databases and file shares, transforming it to a long-lasting format independent of the source system architecture and managing its security, retention and disposal.


The service combines Through Technology's expertise in data engineering, secure cloud infrastructure, service management and integration with the latest Archive2Azure platform from our partners Archive360.


The ARM service is a key component of HMCTS' legacy technology and data protection compliance strategies, where:


  • It enables the customer to ensure data protection compliance where data can now be retained and disposed of in accordance with customer requirements well beyond the lifetime of legacy applications from which it originated.


  • It enables the customer to reduce their Legacy Technology Risk and costs by breaking the dependency between the data they must keep and the outdated systems upon which it resides.


  • It supports the archiving of data in any format, originating from multiple database types, file formats and physical locations to a single searchable secure archive.


If your organisation is looking for help in addressing your legacy technology and data governance challenges, please get in touch for a free chat with us to learn more about how we can help you reduce your legacy technology risks and minimise your spend in addressing them..

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