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We take pride in our data migration skills and are happy to take on any data no matter how messy you may think it is or if it is stored in a number of different places.
PlotBox data is regularly backed up and stored securely across multiple data centers to protect against data loss or corruption. In addition, record scans and images are stored on durable and highly available storage with a minimum of three copies.
PlotBox uses cloud storage which means that your data will be backed up and stored in a remote location and on a number of different machines, so if one goes down we will have a backup on another. We currently use Microsoft Azure server to store data, you can find out more about the security measures they implement here – https://azure.microsoft.com/en-gb/support/trust-center/security/
The amount of training we provide will depend on individual needs and will be fully agreed on before the project commences. We offer a range of services, including;
We have a public facing genealogy website called discovereverafter.com that allows the public to search your records, so we can provide you with a link to put on our site that when clicked will automatically ask the user to search for records specifically in your facility.
We can load your paper map into our system instead of a drone or google map and then use it to assign graves to points on the map. you can also scan and upload your paper maps into our easy to use document management module, this will allow you to pop them up on the screen at any time, zoom in and pan around the image and even link the image to a grave.
Yes we can do this without any issues.
Some of our customers have previously got in contact with community and scout groups to help with the mapping and data entry alternatively we can carry out this data entry for you at an extra cost.
PlotBox is fully integrated with Docusign allowing you to take the persons signature no matter where you are.
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