Keypoint Intelligence playing its part regarding how we store historical data

By Mark Davis, Keypoint Intelligence – Photographs, records, facsimiles, and the like are cultural content that we take for granted. Whether we visit an interactive exhibition at a museum, look at ancestral records on the web, or simply search for a famous painting online—we expect the content to replicate the original as closely as possible.

We also expect historical government records to be easy to use and access, replicating their physical, original form. Paper and ink (regardless of how it is stored) can decay over time, which is why good quality digital replicas are vital for their preservation.

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SOURCE Keypoint Intelligence

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