Lauren Brumfield

Domain of One's Own, Transparency

Summer 2018 Check-In

As my first official Account Manager duty, I’ve been sending out the first of many check-in emails to our Domain of One’s Own schools. I feel that it’s important for institutions to hear from Reclaim Hosting more than the occasional support ticket response or invoice reminder email. These check-in emails are separated primarily into two sections: What’s New and Account Analytics. The What’s New section (which I’ve copied below) will essentially be a  ...

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CoWork

CoWork Growth

It’s been a while since I’ve shared recent photos & updates on the happenings of CoWork, so I thought I’d take care of that now! Reclaim Hosting took over the space in November of 2016, and it’s been about a year since finishing renovations and opening the office to the public. In that time we’ve hosted multiple events, added 12-15 full-time members to the space, and currently accept mail & packages for another 10 or so businesses. Awesome turn out for  ...

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Tools, Transparency

Summer Cleanup: CRM

Reclaim Hosting summers have historically been our slower time of the year. This has allowed us to put some much-needed brain power towards special projects, personal growth, and organization of internal operations. While this summer has hardly felt slow, I think we’re all habitually using this time to reevaluate our responsibilities and how we communicate to make sure that Reclaim Hosting is still successfully functioning as a single unit. Part of this process for Jim and myself has  ...

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Preservation

Reclaiming Archiving

I’m headed to Stanford University’s campus tomorrow morning to begin a two-day chat with a variety of authors, digital preservationists, and technologists to strategize and formulate tangible gameplans for preserving and archiving digital projects. Everyone in attendance will be bringing a different perspective to the table, and I’m very much looking forward to the conversations that will flourish. I thought I might take a quick moment to blog a summary of my perspective,  ...

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