Geneza's portfolio of solutions to be distributed in the Middle East by Forefront Technologies.
Dubai, UAE – Geneza, the leading provider of digitization presentation technology products and services to libraries, publishers and archives has today announced a strategic exclusive partnership with Forefront Technologies to provide its customer base with Geneza’s flagship product “MediaINFO” for the Middle East market.
Libraries are facing pressures for change not seen in living memory. There are often conflictual demands for modernization, new methods of access to information, and all this at a time of stagnation or cuts in funding.
Connecting your digital repository with the public & Re-establishing of library as the center of community
We are pleased to announce that Geneza will sponsor and participate at the Digital Library 2014 conference in Jasná, Slovakia. This is an important forum dedicated to digital content preservation and accessibility.
For this merry December, we have made a small utility that hopefully will save some time for some people :)
Last Monday we have spent a very interesting GENETHON day at our R&D center breaking out of daily routine and spending whole day on a free and publicly available tool that we are proud to present today...Geneza Compression Analyzer. Analyzer itself is available through HTML5 interface with no plugins or downloads needed.
We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of MediaINFO™ on the iPad. The iPad app brings core features of MediaINFO software to the most successful mobile device of our times. The MediaINFO end user application allows you to access MediaINFO powered collections from prestigious institutions or customize it to your own.
The Cantonal & University Library of Lausanne selects Geneza's MediaINFO to bring 250 years of the 24 Heures newspaper online. This launch is part of the Scriptorium project which aims to make available important materials (books, newspapers, magazines) that bring to life the heritage of the Canton of Vaud and the City of Lausanne, Switzerland.
The practical benefits of this project are already visible. Using MediaINFO the reader can flip through Slovak newspapers published in the 1940s or a theater magazine from the 1920es as if these were in their hands. The age and condition of these historical publications would severely limit the readership to whoever could get access to the sole physical copy.