Vermont school placing photos online

January 10th, 2013 | Posted by Kevin Corley in Document and Information Capture
Vermont school placing photos online

Individuals like to preserve many different types of documents, from blueprints to legal records. Protecting files can ensure that people can use them for research in the future and help keep regulations in place.

Many companies keep their records safe by using conversion services – these tools can be invaluable in ensuring a business' information is safeguarded even if the primary sources are lost or destroyed. These tools can help keep crucial data safe from prying eyes, as administrators can restrict access points and password protect databases. Companies are saving different kinds of documents, from text records to photographs that chronicle projects.

Many entities can benefit from an electronic information management system. For instance, according to the Rutland Herald, leaders at Rutland High School recently decided to digitize yearbooks, so if older versions are lost or misplaced, the information will remain available.

The newspaper explained that the Rutland Free Library and Historical Society are working together on the project, which will place yearbooks dating back to 1930 online. Former attendees will be searchable, the news outlet reported, within the database. The source indicated that the groups will extend this project to surrounding areas.

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