For years, microfiche technology has allowed organizations like yours to easily store its data in high volumes without taking up the same amount of space as a full sheet of paper. That being said, microfiche has been usurped by a more effective technology: the computer. Here are some reasons why you should have your microfiche images professionally converted to digital files.
Microfilm is a medium that has withstood the test of time, being used for well over a century. There are a plethora of reasons for this, not least of which being that it can last more than 500 years when stored in the correct conditions. Prior to the digital age when physical storage was a pressing issue, the ability to store high volumes of information on a small reel was particularly attractive.
Micrographics is the process of transferring information onto film. It became a very popular method for preserving files and photographs in the 70s, and while it is not as common today, it is still a very effective way of storing information. With micrographics, your information can be stored onto microfilm, microfiche, or aperture cards. These can be used in places, such as schools, courts, your personal home, and many others.