A Farewell to VIDaaS, or, What VIDaaS Did Next

The VIDaaS Project is at an end. All that remains now is for the team to review the draft final report and then check that the JISC are happy with our conclusions and recommendations. Whilst the project may have ended … Continue reading

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The VIDaaS / DataFlow workshop, and the visibility of data management costs

Last Friday the UMF-funded VIDaaS and DataFlow Projects staged their joint workshop at the Saïd Business School, Oxford. For DataFlow it was a chance to officially launch their DataStage software, for us in VIDaaS it was a chance to publicly … Continue reading

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VIDaaS Web Bookmarks

A VIDaaS Diigo Group has been set up to keep track of sites of interest to the project. The websites include related projects, conference events, reports, tools, Oxford services as well as relevant websites and resources. A feed with the … Continue reading

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Literature review bibliography groups

A few weeks ago the VIDaas literature review was released. It surveys literature on issues related to academic use of databases and allied technologies, including cloud computing. The following bibliography groups have been set up to share the papers and … Continue reading

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The first VIDaaS JISC Review

The VIDaaS Project’s first review by our funders, the JISC, provided us with a good opportunity to take stock of what we’ve achieved so far and where we need to go from here. As we’ve almost completed our full Project … Continue reading

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