From the Manchester Evening News:
Manchester tech firm MirrorWeb has been awarded a three-year contract by the Welsh government to digitally archive the nation’s online presence.
The cloud-native web and social media archiving company will preserve the government’s web-published content in both English and Welsh on all websites of historic and national significance, including twitter accounts.
The project is currently in its early stages, with MirrorWeb having received the current historical archive – around 1.8 million pages – amounting to 20TB of data that has now been transferred seamlessly and cost efficiently to the cloud.
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