There are many industries that use microfilm scanning, including libraries, banking, engineering, manufacturing, medical, and the legal applications. If companies aren’t going completely paperless, they are definitely using digital systems to back up those physical paper copies of important documents…. Read More
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When it comes to the office, a popular method of storing documents, images, and other information is on microfilm. The older the microfilm though, the more potential the files have to be unreadable. Here is everything you need to know… Read More
In today’s technological world, converting documents and photos that are in seemingly outdated formats to digital form is extremely common. In some cases, doing so is absolutely essential for the reputation and productivity of your business. Do you have microfilm… Read More
Paper takes up a huge amount of storage space, and electronic copies can become inaccessible if a power outage prevents computers and storage devices from turning on. What’s a business to do?
Many researchers, librarians, library patrons and genealogists are familiar with older microfilm reader/printers (similar to the one on the right) but the usefulness of those machines is coming to the end. While much effort is being put towards repairing… Read More
The modern library is increasingly inundated with new equipment, with products from many different companies all trying to fill one niche or another. It can be hard to decide what equipment best suits your needs. The Modern Library Awards (MLA’s)… Read More
Invented by an Englishman named John Benjamin Dancer way back in 1839, microphotography (more commonly referred to as microfilm and microfiche) was used for decades as the primary method of document storage for newspapers, military secrets, and even computer code…. Read More