British Library to secure digital content

Wednesday, 26 July 2006, 12:21 AM EST

The British Library is adopting a new data security system that will enable it to safely store the content of its National Digital Library, which will contain everything from digitised versions of centuries-old manuscripts to digital journals and web archives. It is expected to amass up to 300 terabytes of content over the next five years.

At Ei.

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