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noun A collection of historical documents or records.
verb To store and file images or data for future retrieval and/or analysis.

archive

(ar′kīv″) [Fr. fr. L. fr. Gr. archeia, public offices]
1. A database; a bank of stored information.
2. A location in which documents, images, or records are preserved.
archival (ar-kī′văl), adjectivearchivist (ar′kĭ-vist)
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Voicelog Archiver provides improved performance for any business.
ITI InfoCentral offers content from nine ITI titles (including Information Today) from September 1987 to the present on a pay-per-view basis using the ProQuest Archiver service.
Dairyland's financial information system consists of 21 modules, including accounts payable, admission-discharge-transfer and real-time census, an appointment scheduler, report archiver, electronic billing services, electronic claims, home health, materials management, patient accounting, payroll/human resources and physician practice management.
The Journal archive operated in conjunction with ProQuest Archiver and allowed members and nonmembers to search for articles by subject, author, or title through NEHA's Web site.
If you're willing to pay for a utility, called ArchivER, that does the above and much, much more, go to http:// www.smtechnologies.com/prod13.htm and download a free evaluation copy.
CC Data Software announces the availability of Office Archiver version 2.5 Office Archiver allows businesses to share, preserve, and retrieve documents created in Microsoft Office applications without the need to install a complex document management system or employee training.
Driver Archiver IF you have ever had to install a piece of hardware but don't know where the software driver disk got to, you will know that it can take forever to find it on the net, (that is if you can get it on the net).
Archived files are normally compressed to maximize storage media, and such compression programs may be called "archiver programs" or "archiving programs."
Canada's digital archiver Cold North Wind (CNW) has ventured south two borders to bring online 20 years of Mexican history from the pages of El Informador of Guadalajara.
If it has archived your publication, you can sign up for its Archiver service, which enables you to sell your content online.
TAR AND FEATHER - To create a transportable archive from a group of files by first sticking them together with tar - the Tape ARchiver - and then compressing the result, known as "feathering".
has introduced a new imaging software program, Image Archiver, that is designed to provide secure, longterm document storage at an economical cost.

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