Intact Digital was founded in January 2016, supported by the Accelerate Programme at the Cambridge University Judge Business School, United Kingdom. Based in the heart of the Silicon Fen, the company engages computer science and business experts to offer effective and sustainable platform for long-term hosting and use of legacy software.
Intact Digital is the first service of its kind, redefining the relationship between technology providers and technology users for the benefit of both. By extending and managing the technology life-time it protects the value of data, knowledge and technology investments and enables ethical and responsible technology innovation.
Following 17 years of research and innovation at Microsoft Research UK, Natasa founded Intact Digital, to bring to market economically sustainable solutions to digital obsolescence and transform the management of software life-cycles.
She is Professor Emerita at the University of Nottingham following her Professorship and Chair of Data Science in the Computer Science Department. She is Chair of UNESCO PERSIST Technology and Research Workgroup and a member of the Preservation Subcommittee of the UNESCO Memory of the World Program. Natasa's vision is to create digital estates for organizations and individuals that last for decades. Intact Digital is a important step in that direction.
Jack Lang is a serial entrepreneur and business angel, a Co-Founder of Artimi, which makes the next generation of ultra-wide band wireless chips, and a Co-Founder and Chair of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, producing ultra-low cost computer designed to help teach kids programming.
Jack was Founder of Netchannel, which was acquired in 1998 by NTL and, before that, a founder of Electronic Share Information, acquired by E*Trade in 1995. Jack is the author of The High Tech Entrepreneurs Handbook and teaches at the University of Cambridge Computer Science Laboratory. Jack serves as Chair of Intact Digital Board of Directors.