The team at DatacomIT wishes you peace, joy and prosperity throughout the coming year. As we look back upon the past year, we would like to acknowledge those who helped shape our business….More
Richard Wilson, Eamonn Donohoe, Mark Anzellotti and Gavin Mitchell had an amazing week exhibiting and showcasing the CopiBook and Recollect to many passionate archivists….More
Successful morning showcasing Recollect (our latest Online Community Engagement and collections Management solution) at our breakfast seminar in Canberra yesterday….More
Our General Manager (Eamonn Donohoe) and Operations Manager (Lam Truong) had the opportunity to meet up with our international partners and experience new innovations at IFLA last week ….More
FADGI is a common set of digitisation parameters set by federal agencies for digitised and born digital historical, archival and cultural content….More
Amazing EOFY offers on high-end digitisation scanners and professional display….More
The EOFY is fast approaching and if by some miracle you have budget leftover, here are some amazing offers to consider ….More
The microform material has a recommended archival life as low as 30 to 40 years where acetate film was used. Today the recommended life of this archival film is expiring….More
  PRESS RELEASE – DatacomIT announces a significant and new partnership with New Zealand Micrographic Services (NZMS) to deliver Recollect, the online community engagement and collection management software to Australia….More
DatacomIT is pleased to announce we have successfully moved our Head Office and Melbourne Production Facility to Company owned premises in the heart of St Kilda Road….More
Due to the extensive Archives Resource Kit, local and family history collections stored on microfilm, the Albury Library required a user friendly and high-resolution microfilm scanner for library patrons….More
The Geelong Football Club has played an important role in Graham Evans life and as the club evolved and matured so did Graham’s scrapbook collection. Recognising the value of this collected material and knowing it was the only copy in existence, Graham approached DatacomIT to assist in the digitisation process….More
  We’re thrilled to be offering complimentary visitor passes to the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) Exhibition 2018. With over 70 exhibitors, ALIA provides the platform as a meeting point for all Library and Information professionals from all sectors and all areas of Australia….More
PROV required a fast, easy to use, affordable and non-destructive way for patrons to scan books and other items in the centre. The ST600 Overhead Book Scan Centre was the product of choice with its simple to use interface and overhead scanning technology that ensures the safe handling and capture of fragile records….More
Deciding to digitise, what is a large and very fragile collection can however, be a significant challenge. After careful consideration, The National Library of Australia engaged DatacomIT to assist with the digitisation process, focusing on its fragility and size. DatacomIT worked closely with the NLA to provide a solution ….More
As we continue to lose our heritage buildings due to climate change, urban development and natural disasters, this project being the first in Australia will ensure that this important historical landmark will live on digitally for generations to come….More
Historical records accessed by the National Archives of Australia on behalf of the public is the Register of Medals and Badges issued during WW1 and WW2….More
VALA2018 – the leading library technology exhibition in our region. It was a pleasure meeting all delegates and having the opportunity to showcase new technologies and concepts from around the world….More
Our Digital Preservation Tour was a huge success and we welcome members of the GLAM sector to be part of this informative and worthwhile event….More
  DatacomIT together with VALA invite you to an exclusive tour of DatacomIT’s Specialised Digital Preservation Studio located in Port Melbourne on Wednesday 14th February 2018 at 5.30pm. An educational tour, showcasing the latest equipment in digitisation, our processes and why it’s important to secure the past for the future….More
“We have been more than fortunate to have the support of the team at DatacomIT. We have not just been a job, they realised the very difficult situation in which we found ourselves and have been very caring and supportive throughout the whole process.” Moira Bryant, Library Manager, Uniting Church in Australia…….More
The staff at DatacomIT had an amazing time celebrating and embracing cultural diversity in our workplace – sharing interesting stories, delicious food and fascinating cultures…..More
“We were delighted to find that not only do DatacomIT offer value for money, they are transparent, forthcoming, knowledgeable and interested in our individual needs. They were a pleasure to deal with, arriving at meetings on time, checking and re-checking with us on data formats, and providing useful advice on our future data needs. ” Director of Academic Services, University of Divinity…More
DatacomIT is pleased to have presented at the Digital Access to Collections workshop in Albury yesterday. DatacomIT provided attendees with digitisation and expert advice, focusing on the importance of digitising historical material…..More
DatacomIT is honoured to have been invited to present at the Digital Access to Collections Workshops across regional Australia, organised by GLAM Peak – the peak representation bodies of the galleries, libraries, archives and museums sector in Australia…..More
Located in the entrance of the RMIT University Library, the MagicBox is a revolutionary blend and fascinating hands on experience. It is set to introduce a new era of how libraries will be able to give access to fragile material…..More
The new STViewScan 4 microfilm scanners have arrived at DatacomIT and are ready to be shipped out for installation all around Australia. This improved innovation has a powerful new tool which streamlines the browsing, viewing, scanning and saving of information…More
DatacomIT is honoured to be a presenting at the upcoming Australian Digital Summit in Sydney 21st – 23rd June. Transforming hospitals for improved operational efficiency and patient care through technology …..More
Our MagicBox is the highlight of the Museums Galleries Australia National Conference 2017, located in the foyer area for all to experience. The MagicBox is a revolutionary blend of display and fascinating hands on experience…..More
DatacomIT is thrilled to be part of such an interesting and exciting event. We’ll be showcasing the amazing MagicBox – the ability to give access to valuable yet fragile material without a single touch…..More
At DatacomIT, we thrive to seek new advances in technology and training from all over the world. Our lastest advancement is the capability to digitise X-ray film into high quality digital images for the medical industry…..More
The University of Minnesota approached DatacomIT to digitise a large valuable and unique collection of historical drawings and notebooks held at the Australian National University….More
DLmini image The University of NSW acquires an automatic robotic book scanner….More
Amazing few days exhibiting at ALIA Online Conference 2017 in beautiful Sydney….More
Information Online 2017 We're Exhibiting Website_news DatacomIT is thrilled to be offering complimentary visitor passes to the ALIA Information Online Exhibition in Sydney….More
stviewscaniii STViewScan III microfilm scanner wins again!….More
website image RMIT University approached us to capture a high res image of an old photo which has now been brought to life…More
  A team of DatacomIT specialist technicians and a hi-tech digitisation platform were transported and assembled on-site at the University of Sydney. DatacomIT digitised and preserved more than 1,500 historical publications… view video
image1 Our team are traveling around Australia collecting microfilm and microfiche, cataloguing and preparing for digitisation… More
Modules Victoria University selects fully customisable scanning solution…. More
archivists2 All about archives at the National Conference of Australian Society of Archivists.. More
IMG_5289 It was great to network with history minded individuals, who have been working in the industry for many years – great stories… More
auswarmemorial We have joined forces with the Australian War Memorial to digitise the iconic Official History of Australia in the War of 1914-18. The task includes scanning tens of thousands of bound pages, manual replacement or de-screening of thousands of photographs and OCR outputting to 99.9% accuracy! More
Australian expo 2016 graphic_image We’re exhibiting at the History & Genealogy Expo on Friday 7th & Saturday 8th October and invite all history, heritage and genealogy enthusiasts to join us! More
News_page Join us in the hertiage city of Parramatta, the geographical centre of Sydney, to explore the themes of collaboration, sustainability, accountability and transformation. We’ll be exhibiting on 19-20 October 2016! More
setup_3 We’re setup and ready to exhibit at the ALIA Conference 2016 in Adelaide. Visit us at stand 21 or request an exhibitors pass to attend. Don’t miss out! More
Essendon_courthouse_photo We are saddened by the news we received last week about the fire at the Moonee Ponds Courthouse and have offered our services (complimentary) to digitise to the value of $5,000 to help preserve the collection….More
State_Library_NSW_1 State Library of NSW upgrade 10 microfilm scanners to the latest STViewScan III, to provide their patrons with the latest and best available microfilm viewing available….. More
News_feed_list2 DatacomIT Corporate Video! We understand everyone likes to consume information differently, so what better way than a clever and clear visual video……view video
cloud image2 Design the right Document Workflow Solution for your Business!  Increase Productivity, Improve Customer Service and Achieve Compliance….. More
stviewscan III Wow, what a busy few weeks!  It’s not surprising that the ST ViewScan III received the Platinum Award from the MLA judges for the second consecutive year (2015 & 2016)…. More
merged_1 Bringing Joy to the Library Community!  The MagicBox was introduced to Australia last year by DatacomIT and has captured the hearts of many… here for full article
newsimage Sydney University on-site digitisation is underway!  DatacomIT are thrilled to be offering on-site digitisation for the scanning of Honi Soit – a Sydney University student newspaper first published in 1929….More
website news VALA2016 Conference a Huge Success!  Over a 1,000 attendees and hundreds gathering to experience the magic at the DatacomIT stand Photo Gallery
honi soit DatacomIT to digitise popular student newspaper Honi Soit, quality student journalism since 1929.  We are extremely pleased with this appointment as Honi Soit is a very iconic Australian University publication. …..More
entry forms The Pacific Group of Companies in Australia selects DatacomIT.  Capturing the details from competition entry forms from the shopping centres to facilitate the centres rewards program and future marketing initiatives…..More
magicbox_statelibrary2 See the Magic at the State Library of Victoria. Imagine the joy of accessing rare historical material for the very first time, while having the world of history at your fingertips……More
ACOS DatacomIT digitised a confronting, however, amazing collection of watercolour paintings by artist and writer Daryl Lindsay for the Australasian College of Surgeons…..More
Therapeutic Goods Admin logo DatacomIT are pleased to announce the recent successful completion of a number of file digitisation projects for the Therapeutic Goods Administration (Department of Defence)…..More
roadshow 2015 During July the team at DatacomIT have successfully completed the Preservation Imaging – docWorks Australian Roadshow in Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra and Sydney, with many Libraries, Institutions and Government organisations in attendance. ……..More
australianarmylogo Digitisation of the Australian Army Journal. Delivered to the Army Journal publishers, text searchable PDF files for each edition and individual files for each article……..More
UTS Why UTS purchased ST600 Touch Screen Kiosk Book Scanner…”We purchased the scanner for the use of special needs students with the view to providing them with an option for independent access to a wider range of reading material”  ……..More
stateofvic2 DatacomIT were once again chosen by the State of Victoria, this time to undertake the digitisation of numerous geological records both large format maps as well as historical bound documents and records……...More
State Records Office of WA State Records Office of WA chose the Platinum Award Winning STViewScan III over the ScanPro3000….More
NLA Trove DatacomIT has assisted the National Library of Australia with scanning many millions of newspaper pages for Trove……More
 high-court-of-australia-logo2 DatacomIT digitised an historical collections of High Court Registers for the High Court of Australia. The very large leather bound journals spanned a period of over 100 years…….More
State Library of Queensland State Library of Queensland selected the Platinum Award STViewScan III. They researched and tested all available digital microfilm products on the market and find the STViewScan to be the superior product…More
museum_magicbox3 The MagicBox was a huge success at the Museums Australian National Conference ……..More


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