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Archive writing in Ontario is a service that preserves your digital records by making an analogue copy. Find out more about archive writing from MES Hybrid's VP of Marketing, Kevin D'Arcy and visit our website today at Part two of two.

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archive writing in ontario
Archive Writing in Ontario

Microfilm has been used for more than 100 years and it still has value in disaster recovery applications today. No other forms of media have the staying power of microfilm.

Although a company may make ample use of digital technologies, microfilming provides a safety net to all forms of information. Critical company information can be duplicated and stored in multiple locations. In fact, government agencies, insurance companies and even many human resource departments incorporate microfilming into their document practices and regard it as an essential practice.

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Microfilm has remained the same since its inception for the most part. A light source and magnifier is all that’s needed in this technology. Just think – you’re able to read microfilm documents from the turn of the century. You probably couldn’t do the same if they were paper formats.

And, just like the 5 ¼” floppy disk, do you think you’ll be able to read your flash drive 10 or 20 years from now? Many computer technologies have become obsolete in short order. Today, the only way you can be assured of accessing your data well into the future is to use archive writing in Ontario.

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Archive Writing in Ontario

Using microfilm as an archive medium is the perfect solution for important documents that must be readable and easily accessible for the next 100 years. It’s also a relatively low cost solution and stores efficiently.

Plus, government regulations, accounting requirements and other demands placed on businesses require critical information to last well into the future. Should you need to provide information for any legal proceeding, microfilm is an acceptable format.

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Archive writing in Ontario provides unmatched protection for your business. You’ll have information consistency regardless of how hardware and software changes down the road. You won’t be dependent on always transitioning your documents to the latest technology formats for protection.

And, because information contained within microfilm cannot be altered, you’ll always maintain the integrity of your documents. You’re critical business information won’t be subject to technological malfunctions either. No other archive writing in Ontario format can provide that level of performance.

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  • 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