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Everyday Digital Content Management

Abstract

For the first thirty years of digital preservation, archives managed their digi-tal collections with ... a simple storage system and ... a catalog database. Although the fundamental design of a digital archive system has remained the same ... a contemporary digital archive needs more than [storage] for magnetic tapes and a [database] for the catalog. The rapid growth of digital material in both volume and complexity [and] rising expectations of ar-chives users ... have all contributed to the redefinition of digital archive functions.

Keywords

Access Control Digital Library Content Management Office Record Cultural Work 
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