Posts Tagged ‘Archive writing’

Behind the Film: Creating and Maintaining Microfilm

In a recent blog post, we continued the discussion on why microfilm as a preservation media remains relevant in today’s archival and records management industries due to its long lifespan, utility for disaster recovery, image quality, and other factors. As a follow-up to this conversation, I was curious about the …

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“Conventional data backup is not a preservation process”

Why the microfilm conversation continues

A few days ago, I posted this comment to several relevant Linkedin groups:

“Interesting headline in USA Today, but misleading as the archives and records management industries agree that microfilm remains relevant as a preservation media.” The rest of the comment …

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The Relevance of Archive Writing


In today’s increasingly digital world, new technology is popping up every day, making old technology obsolete. Just think about the changes to music in your lifetime. We have seen numerous technological advancements in the way we listen to and save music, from the record player to the eight-track to the …

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