strategy must find a way to balance regulatory requirements to retain records and a corporate desire to destroy them for both practical and liability motives.
Outlines the advantages and challenges of a digital archive
I&A already enjoys long-established relationships with external agencies, including the British Film Institute and the British Library Sound Archive
, the first of which receives previously agreed-upon examples of our television output, and the second provides public access to our collection.
was created at a time before there were videocassettes, so that the doctoral students in the program could do close analysis of movies,'' notes Robert Rosen, dean of the UCLA film school and one of the archive
As an essential component of ILM, Archive
for DB2 provides on-demand access and capabilities for storing archived data to the most cost-effective and appropriate medium: online in an archive
database, near-line on a file server, offline to tape, disk-based WORM device or long-term permanent storage, such as EMC Centera(tm) and NetApp NearStore(tm) with SnapLock(tm).
for Servers provides proven technology for managing the accumulation of data within enterprise application databases and ensures compliance with data retention requirements, while providing responsive access to the archived data stored on EMC Centera.
The federal archives
refrains from preserving the functionality of digital signatures because it would require permanent care and re-signing procedures as well as archiving the complete signature documentation.
We had just started to migrate to UDO for an archive
solution when the hurricane hit.
data requires its own policies consistent with regulatory practices for each industry category
External consultants and government ICT staff often ignore the statutory obligation of the national archives
to manage records whether they are paper-based or electronic.
Integration between Symantec Enterprise Vault and MessageGate Archive
Categorization represents a cost-effective and scalable approach to e-mail classification.
the identification of records of long-term historical value and their orderly transfer to the archives