Category: Restricted data

HRDS now charging for services

HRDS now charging for services

We have now introduced charging for use of the DSH and REDCap services. The introduction of charging is necessary to cover the increased specialist support within the HRDS team, and the administration costs for maintaining high security and compliance standards.

RLP Project S: Highly Restricted Data Service engagement sessions

RLP Project S: Highly Restricted Data Service engagement sessions

The Research Lifecycle Programme’s Highly Restricted Data Service (HRDS) project (Project S) held two engagement sessions for researchers and University staff interested in the development of our Data Safe Haven (DSH) service and our newly installed SafePod. During the engagement sessions we explained the necessity for introducing charges, later this year, for use of the DSH and REDCap services.

Colette Fagan and Angus Hearmon: Investing in research support at our University

Colette Fagan and Angus Hearmon: Investing in research support at our University

Read more about Colette and Angus’ views on future investment into research support at our University through RLP2.

Enabling research groups working with highly restricted data using Microsoft Teams for collaboration

Enabling research groups working with highly restricted data using Microsoft Teams for collaboration

Dr Kath Watson from the Biological Studies Research Group (BSG), led by Professor Kimme Hyrich, approached the Research Lifecycle Programme (RLP) team to ask for support in developing a protocol, to enable the BSG to use MS Teams for internal and external online meetings which discussed highly restricted data. 

Webinar: Introduction to the upcoming Highly Restricted Data Service

Webinar: Introduction to the upcoming Highly Restricted Data Service

One of the Research Lifecycle Programme’s (RLP) projects aims to provide a Highly Restricted Data Service (HRDS) for researchers working with commercially sensitive, restricted and/or highly restricted data. The project team would like to invite the research community (and any interested staff) to a webinar which will give a preview of the enhanced HRDS service.

Update on the new Highly Restricted Data Service

Update on the new Highly Restricted Data Service

The Research Lifecycle Programme and Research IT recognise the need to support our researchers in keeping their data safe, especially when it is subject to contractual or regulatory requirements. In support of this increased focus, we are planning the release of our new Highly Restricted Data Service (HRDS) later this year