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Comparison of Storage and Archiving Methods → Information


Paper is the traditional default method of storing records and documents for the long term. Now, organizations are relying more on digital storage technologies to archive data they must keep to be ready in the event of dispute or as required by regulations. Yet neither paper nor digital storage methods are ideal solutions.

  Paper MicroFilm Digital Datawitness
Hybrid System
Find Files in Seconds
Every Time
No No Yes Yes
Reduces Storage Space
On and Off-site
No Yes Yes Yes
Reduces Initial Filing
and Refiling Times
No No Yes Yes
Technology Proof Yes Yes No Yes
Pay Only Once
for Storage
No Yes Yes Yes
Flexible Long-Term Preservation Yes Yes Yes Yes
Tamperproof No Yes No Yes
Access Controlled
and Tracked
No Yes No Yes
Disaster Recovery Options No Yes Yes Yes

Datawitness dual offline and digital archiving protects your records with a redundant and complementary system that combines proven long-term records preservation with the web-enabled convenience and accessibility we have come to expect in our increasingly digital world.


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As we understand the Datawitness technology, the burden of proving that archived documents are reliable copies of the originals could be readily achieved. The system is designed to produce an accurate and immutable record of electronic communications as they occur. Judges readily welcome such evidence.

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More than 50% of printed paper is clutter that only gets shuffled around and is never used.

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