DDD has a team of AWS-certified SysOps associates in Kenya working with the US-based DuraSpace team to optimize the deployment of their product suite.
DDD was selected to digitize and preserve the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum archives of Cambodia, a Cambodian high-school-turned-prison in 1975.
DDD entered the data from about 15,000 active case files, including filing dates, case numbers, decisions, and outcomes into digital format.
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