backfile

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backfile

(ˈbækˌfaɪl)
n
(Journalism & Publishing) the archives of a newspaper or magazine
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com)-- DocuPlus, a leading provider of document management and litigation support solutions announces a strategic growth move with the acquisition of Ottawa based RJM Backfile Conversion Services.
Contract Awarded for Non-acat: afrl library purchase of rsc backfile.
Gale also announced that Portico will preserve the entirety of Gale's archives, which number more than 150 million pages from 65 Gale Digital Collections and the entire backfile of Archives Unbound.
The majority of journal titles have a backfile of 3 years, back to 2010.
Wiley-Blackwell will provide on-line access to select articles in advance of print publication via its Early View service and will launch an extensive backfile initiative to digitize journal content prior to Volume 80.
A full backfile conversion process also requires converting new documents being received as part of the daily business process.
Another critical resource was the backfile conversion area crew from several DHS day rehabilitation centers.
A complete backfile to 1988, plus select content back to 1950
The first project there digitized all transcripts dated before 1977--a backfile conversion of over a million records.
This backfile will remain, along with a backfile of five years of full text.
Even though the articles of six authors will not be available in electronic versions, they will be included in the online index that will serve as the access tool for the digitized backfile of the Papers.