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Where does a passion for content get you?

Where does a passion for content get you?
Michael Parsons

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  • • No recognizable disc in drive
  • • No recognizable disc in drive • No recognizable disc in drive
  • • No recognizable disc in drive • No recognizable disc in drive • No recognizable disc in drive
  • What should we keep?
  • Challenge #1:What should we keep?
  • $
  • $
  • $
  • Challenge #2: Silos
  • Challenge #2: Silos
  • Integrate database systems…
  • Integrate database systems… …and streamline workflows from creation to preservation
  • Challenge #3:
  • NIST / Library of Congress Optical Disc Longevity Study (2007)
  • NIST / Library of Congress Optical Disc Longevity Study (2007)7 brands tested
  • NIST / Library of Congress Optical Disc Longevity Study (2007)7 brands testedTop 5 brands: 5% of discs predicted to have uncorrectable errors within 45 years
  • NIST / Library of Congress Optical Disc Longevity Study (2007)7 brands testedTop 5 brands: 5% of discs predicted to have uncorrectable errors within 45 yearsOther 2 brands: 100% predicted to to have uncorrectable errors between 30 and 45 years
  • NIST / Library of Congress Optical Disc Longevity Study (2007)7 brands testedTop 5 brands: 5% of discs predicted to have uncorrectable errors within 45 yearsOther 2 brands: 100% predicted to to have uncorrectable errors between 30 and 45 yearsFor conditions: 25°C & 50% humidity (with 95% confidence)