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"Archiving-as-a-Service". Influence of cloud computing on the archival theory and practice / Stančić, Hrvoje ; Rajh, Arian ; Milošević, Ivor.

By: Stančić, Hrvoje.
Contributor(s): Rajh, Arian [aut] | Milošević, Ivor [aut].
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: 108-125 str.Other title: "Archiving-as-a-Service". Influence of Cloud Computing on the Archival Theory and Practice [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 5.04 | archive, archival theory and practice, postcustodial paradigm, cloud services, cloud storage, digital preservation hrv | archive, archival theory and practice, postcustodial paradigm, cloud services, cloud storage, digital preservation engOnline resources: Elektronička verzija | Elektronička verzija In: The Memory of the World in the Digital Age: Digitization and Preservation (26-28.09.2012. ; Vancouver, Kanada) The Memory of the World in the Digital Age: Digitization and Preservation str. 108-125Duranti, Luciana ; Shaffer, ElizabethSummary: The research is positioned in the context of the responsibility of archives to preserve important records in an increasingly changing technological environment, and focused on the impact of cloud solutions on archival theory and practice. Authors address several questions which they consider crucial for archival science and community. Results of the survey on the usage of private cloud are given. In view of that, the authors examine if the concept "Archiving-as-a-Service" will require redefinition of archival practice in the new technological and organizational context. Finally, they suggest the need for transition from postcustodial to "postcustodial 2.0" paradigm.
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The research is positioned in the context of the responsibility of archives to preserve important records in an increasingly changing technological environment, and focused on the impact of cloud solutions on archival theory and practice. Authors address several questions which they consider crucial for archival science and community. Results of the survey on the usage of private cloud are given. In view of that, the authors examine if the concept "Archiving-as-a-Service" will require redefinition of archival practice in the new technological and organizational context. Finally, they suggest the need for transition from postcustodial to "postcustodial 2.0" paradigm.

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