It presents a set of theoretical models that represent many aspects of digital preservation from representation of information through metadata to functions and processes that are needed in digital preservation
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Records born digital are on magnetic tape which are starting to decay the moment the tape is created and need constant preservation and care to ensure long term access
We often share links to interesting articles, white papers, blog posts, and we have similar interests in the challenges of digital preservation. In 2009, she wrote a piece for her university archives community blog
Those conditions being: Have you fulfilled your preservation obligations (i.e., your obligations under your corporate records retention schedule and for retention of content related to legal holds?)?
These organizations, while using digital technology for day to day use, still rely on film for long term preservation of critical information
Digital Signatures: We’re Open, They’re Closed In a prior column , I referred to “Open standard digital signature technology.” Let’s unpack that expression and explore what it really means. We’ll start with “standard.” The best...
We have been using digital signatures for quite a few years, however there has been some dialogue on preservation of digital signatures with electronic archiving
The following is a guest blog post by John Marchioni, General Manager & VP of Business Development, ARX and co-speaker at two upcoming AIIM Webinars. 7 Steps to Business Process Management on November 7; 2 EST John will co-speak with MWD Advisors' principal analyst...
Indeed, we have to talk about a big issue: What going to do with the long term preservation? I'm talking about archive documents with historic, cultural and scientific value