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  1. Archive Writing in Ontario: What is Archive Writing? Part One

  2. Archive Writing in Ontario Archive writing in Ontario is a service that preserves your digital records by making an analogue copy. This analogue copy is technology independent and can be used well into the future. With archive writing, you won’t risk technological obsolescence or the unnecessary costs of storing paper well into the future.

  3. Archive Writing in Ontario Instead, you’ll have a secure and reliable backup of all your documents and records. This form of backup is a critical component of any disaster recovery plan. Archive writing in Ontario provides many additional benefits as well. But before we delve into the benefits, it’s important to understand what format archive writing in Ontario typically takes.

  4. Archive Writing in Ontario Generally, archive writing involves backing up media onto microfilm. When microfilm is used for either digital or paper documents, the information can be read without the use of any special hardware or software. Instead, anyone can read a microfilm document with just the naked eye. Many people may think of microfilming as an old form of technology and “on its way out.” But today’s trends don’t support this perception. In fact, paper has been around for over 2000 years and we still use it pervasively today.

  5. Archive Writing in Ontario • Why use archive writing in Ontario? The simple truth is both paper and digital formats likely won’t last as long as a company may need. Paper is especially well known for its inability to endure extended periods of time. And digital data formats have come and gone over the years. Remember the 5 ¼” floppy disk? If you’re old enough to have used them and have any left, do you think you can easily find a computer to access their data?

  6. Archive Writing in Ontario • Kevin D'Arcy is VP of Sales and Marketing for MES Hybrid Document Systems, Ontario's leading document scanning and document management supplier. For more information about our archive writing in Ontario, visit