[ RadSafe ] Electronic Record Keeping
jrpnj01 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 25 13:19:55 CDT 2016
Paperless data storage is good to do, if you can at least do the
following things. Make backup copies of all
the data weekly, or at whatever time interval is desired. In this day and
age, Personal Computers can be inexpensive.
Think about having an active computer with stored data complete with direct
access/connectivity to the internet. (Wifi etc.).
Think about having a second computer which is totally isolated from the
internet. Data files do not get onto this computer unless they pass a
total bug/virus screening etc.
The astronomer who does VLBI data analysis (CALC/SOLVE software) at
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center makes global solutions routinely and
often does system/data backup at least once a week. Data/file loss would
be difficult to recover from.
Good Luck Joe Preisig
On Fri, Mar 25, 2016 at 2:01 PM, Dan McCarn <hotgreenchile at gmail.com> wrote:
> A year (or so) ago, an issue occurred regarding the "new" standards for web
> groups. At the time, many of the NRC and others were no longer able to
> participate. Has this been solved?
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> On Fri, Mar 25, 2016 at 10:54 AM, Hans J Wiegert <hjwiegert at gmail.com>
> > I would like to get the group's opinion regarding electronic record
> > and the potential of going to a "nearly" paperless system. Landauer has
> > already started pushing industrial users to go paperless and there may
> > a time when we might see an advantage to storing many files
> > Redundancy and security are primary concerns.
> > Have a good weekend!
> > Thanks
> > Best Regards,
> > Hans
> > *Retirement is, when the only day you have to set your alarm clock is
> > Sunday - so you are not late for church!*
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