A system or software that heals itself? This is exactly the principle behind the term Self Healing. More precisely, Self Healing is a feature of a software design that allows the system to independently determine whether it is functioning correctly, data is stored correctly, or documents are damaged. If the system detects a malfunction - whether in its own function or in corresponding documents - it independently initiates all necessary steps to restore the original functionality without outside intervention. Self healing thus represents the next stage in IT self service.
With tia®, kgs has taken its first steps towards autonomous archiving. tia® detects access and certificate problems and, based on this, corrupt documents can be replaced or restored. The health status of the archive can be diagnosed at any time via dashboards, and the integrity of each individual document is transparent at all times.