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  Microfilm in the Automated Office
Title: Microfilm in the Automated Office
Author: Aschner, Katherine
Appeared in: Information systems management
Paging: Volume 5 (1988) nr. 1 pages 66-71
Year: 1988
Contents: Microfilm has been around much longer than what we currently think of as office automation technology. Despite its age, microfilm still plays a strong supporting role in the automated office. Most companies prefer to retrieve microfilm records from computerized data bases, and computer-out-microfilm is now considered the most economical method for storing computer printout. Yet many automated systems do not take full advantage of microfilm capabilities or, worse, are misusing the technology—or, at least, are being exposed to unnecessary risk.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Source file: Elektronische Wetenschappelijke Tijdschriften

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