Join technology, cultural heritage, and philanthropic leaders at The National Archives in Washington DC on October 7-8th for the 2014 CyArk Annual Summit on "Democratizing cultural heritage: Enabling access to information, technology and support."
Register now to lock in the early bird rates.
At our Annual Summit, government ministers, corporate executives, diplomats, scholars, and heritage professionals gather to learn about the ways new technologies are benefiting and augmenting heritage preservation. We had an incredible response to our event last year (see recap) and already have great support for this year with establishing event sponsors Iron Mountain, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Trimble, and the Samuel H. Kress Foundation helping us make it a very special event.
CyArk selected The National Archives to host the 2014 CyArk 500 Annual Summit because of our shared interest in preserving and making available important historical records. The event will feature an update on the CyArk 500 and presentations from leaders in the field exploring how the democratization of cultural heritage is driving access to information, technology and resources.
Join us in recognizing, preserving, and sharing the sites that embody the history of humanity, in the presence of the records that document the history of a nation.