IMAGELINK 9600 Archive Writer Series
The easy way to help protect your critical business records from tampering or loss.
When you need a trustworthy copy of an electronic record to validate a transaction, satisfy litigation, or to meet regulatory and audit requirements, will it be there? Reconstructing a record can be perilous. Even in tightly controlled operations, back-up tapes can go astray. Hardware and software become obsolete. Databases housing the metadata defining the layers of electronic records can expire. Migration is expensive and risks transcription errors.
Get a complete Reference Archiving solution from the company that’s been the expert in secure records management for over 80 years.
Enhance your risk mitigation strategies by adding a Reference Archive. The technology is available today and based on industry standards. From exporting records to delivering them back to desktops, you can implement a process that’s essentially transparent to end-users, yet will deliver complete, reliable records for years to come.
The Reference Archive Process
A Reference Archive begins with a robust record capture subsystem, built around the proven architecture of the IMAGELINK Archive Writers. The process includes:
- File transfer from the application system(s) is managed by the Imagelink Writer Interface. It controls formatting and applies standard indexing coding for later automated retrieval driven by request processor APIs.
- Output to archival media is performed by the Imagelink Archive Writer, which operates in an unattended mode. Performance measures appear below.
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Media loading is facilitated by the Imagelink Smart Cassette, Model 100 and Model 215. For automatic redundancy, two cassettes can be used at once to produce two sets of output with no reduction in throughput speed.
Compact, archival storage is provided by IMAGELINK Reference Archive Media. This standard 16mm, high-quality microfilm is ISO/ANSI-certified for a life expectancy of 500 years when properly processed and stored under controlled conditions.