ISO 11506:2009 specifies techniques for archiving electronic data to ensure their long-term integrity, accessibility, usability, readability and reliability, in order to protect the evidential value of the data.
Long term is considered to be a period of time lasting more than a century (see ISO 5466).
Black-and-white microforms processed with liquid chemicals are used in ISO 11506:2009 because the result is always an irreversible record and because of the proven quality of microforms as a long-term preservation media.
ISO 11506:2009 also specifies procedures for the parallel recording, by a single production unit, of COM and COLD output from the same data.
It applies to many different types of electronic data, such as text and two-dimensional graphic data which can be represented as a black-and-white image.
Status: WithdrawnPublication date: 2009-06
Edition: 1Number of pages: 33
Technical Committee: ISO/TC 171/SC 1 Quality, preservation and integrity of information
- ICS :
- 37.080 Document imaging applications
ISO 11506:2009Stage: 95.99
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