Digital preservation can be defined as the long-term, error-free storage of digital information, with means for retrieval and interpretation, for the entire time span the information is required to be retained.Though this assessment holds true to the authors, business organizations continue to face significant challenges in meeting their LTDP needs, especially those organizations whose primary mission is to preserve and provide access to permanent records.
Q1) In the Hotel Industry, what considerations would have to be made in developing a long-term archival plan for a company within that industry?
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Textbook:Chapter 17 â€“ Long-Term Digital Preservation
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P. C. Franks, “Government use of cloud-based long term digital preservation as a service: An exploratory study,” 2015 Digital Heritage, Granada, 2015, pp. 371-374, https://doi.org/10.1109/DigitalHeritage.2015.7419526.
Pike, E. R. (2020). Defending Data: Toward Ethical Protections and Comprehensive Data Governance. Emory Law Journal, 69(4), 687â€“743.
Zwarich, N., & Park, E. G. (2017). Toward E-Mail Governance: Policies and Practices in the Government of Canada. Canadian Journal of Information & Library Sciences, 41(3), 169â€“185