"The Cloud, the Public Square, and Digital Public Archival Infrastructure"

Many governments have chosen to store their records in the cloud rather than invest in the increased digital infrastructure now required to manage them.. . . Yet, archivists and archival perspectives have not been much involved in public discussion of this change. . . . The shape of the emerging infrastructure underpinning the management of digital communication may well be the most significant lasting feature of the digital environment for societies and their archives. This article discusses why that development requires archival voices in the public square to address it.


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Author: Charles W. Bailey, Jr.

Charles W. Bailey, Jr.