In 2022, the University of Helsinki made a decision to strengthen its research data storage services and data curation over the next five years backed by 1.5 million euros in funding. The long-term storage of research data (Tutkimusdatan pitkäaikaistallennus, TPAT) differs from a conventional data storage service. The TPAT service focuses on storing data for 5–15 years after the research is completed. TPAT answers the question: ”Where can I save this valuable data for future use or as evidence of research already completed?”
The University of Helsinki research storing and sharing service Datacloud will soon reach the end of its trial phase. When launched during the first half of 2020, Datacloud will provide university researchers with an efficient, high capacity solution for data sharing and storage. This blog post will tell you how to receive Datacloud capacity for your research.
We at the University of Helsinki IT Center have been busy preparing new services for researchers after Project Mildred. Our primary focus has been on supporting research processes, such as storing, sharing and publishing research data. On this note we have exciting news – a new research support tool Datacloud is being trialed. Jatka lukemista ”Supercharged research data storage and sharing is on the way”