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Why You Should Switch from Microfiche & Microfilm to Digital


For a long time, microfilm and microfiche were indispensable when it came to preserving and backing up records—it provided a compact way to store vast amounts of information and removed the need to save everything in paper form.

However, even though it was once a state-of-the-art solution, the advances in technology have made microfilm and microfiche outdated and unpractical – with digital storage solutions offering incredible convenience and accessibility for data, there’s just no need to store any historical or other documents in a physical location.

But what to do with all the microfilm and microfiche that’s still used by numerous public offices and organizations? Is it still possible to get by without switching to a digital format?

Let’s explore a little deeper and find out.

Why Are Microfiche and Microfilm Still Being Used?

We already talked about how digital technology is changing the way that most organizations and businesses store their data and records.


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