A long-term computer storage area.
Source: RenewData, Glossary (10/5/2005).
Archives are long term repositories for the storage of records. Electronic archives preserve the content, prevent or track alterations and control access to electronic records.
Source: Kroll Ontrack, Glossary of Terms,http://www.krollontrack.com/glossaryterms
A copy of data on a computer drive, or on a portion of a drive, maintained for historical reference.
Source: Fios, E-Discovery Glossary,http://discoveryresources.org/01_electronic_discovery_glossary.html
Source: Fenwick & West LLP, FWPS eDiscovery Terminology (11/6/2005). Citing Fios's eDiscovery Glossary,http://discoveryresources.org/01_electronic_discovery_glossary.html
Source: Vinson & Elkins LLP Practice Support, EDD Glossary. Source: RSI, Glossary.
A container that holds files, either compressed or uncompressed (ZIP, CAB, TAR, GZ, JAR, PST, NSF, or other file types). There are two types of archives – mail containers and file containers.
Source: Ibis Consulting, Glossary.
The procedure of transferring text or data from a hard disk to off-line storage media for later access.
Source: Legal Electronic Document Institute, Basic Principles of Automated Litigation Support (2005).
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