Many research projects in Oxford create data repositories and websites, which continue to be used and added to beyond the end of any funding. These projects span many disciplines in Oxford, across the academic divisions and GLAM. This ‘life’s work’ data collection and interpretation provides a vital resource for academic communities across the world, in their respective fields, whilst also contributing to future research projects. It is a fundamental characteristic of such data assets that they remain ‘live’, because scholars want to continue to make new findings available and to collaborate with researchers in many different institutions. Making data ‘open’, so that it is discoverable and can be queried in many ways, can provide the catalyst for new research questions. In many cases, these are also important cultural heritage collections, used by broad communities with audiences that go well beyond the research environment. A selection of these types of projects can be found at the Oxford Digital Humanities website, many of which would have an interest in using a delivered DHS Solution.