media migration

media migration

[′mē·dē·ə mī′grā·shən]
(chemical engineering)
Carryover of fibers or other filter material by liquid effluent from a filter unit.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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We young people need to have another social media migration anyway."
Egypt-based systems integrator Systems Design implemented the project in Cairo while also coordinating the media migration processes, ensuring quality control of the content and providing on-site support.
The most obvious is media migration. Here, records transfer from a storage medium approaching obsolescence to newer technology.
Among the 40 presentations are: Implementing EDMS--Lessons Learned; Business Process Reengineering Using Workflow Software; A Trial Lawyer's Take on the Admissibility of Electronic Records in Court; The Basic Elements of a Successful Records Management Program; The Sarbanes-Oxley Act--How Does It Affect Records Managers and Records Management Programs?; Website Records Retention: Issues and Challenges; Personnel Records--A RIM Solution; The Strategic Information Manager: Progress Through Development; Media Migration and Virtual Information Arrangement; and Implementing E-mail Management.
There are five numbered chapters, a substantial and informative theoretical Introduction, and a conclusion--A Media Migration: Toward a Potential Literature--that reflects again upon the issues raised in the Introduction.
Brochure describes advantages that porous metal provides such as high precision porosity, depth filtration, no media migration, corrosion resistance, high temperature and pressure tolerance and cleanability.
Designed for seamless media migration and interchangeability, NSM's library systems manage anywhere from 60 to 620 discs and reach capacity levels of 150GB to 1.7 TB through its new DVD-RAM library systems.
Designed for seamless media migration and interchangeability, NSM's Library Systems manage from 60 to 620 CDs and reach capacity levels of 150 GB to 1.7 TB (terabytes) through its new DVD-RAM Library Systems.