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DESIDOC Bulletin of Information Technology
To overcome growing requirements for additional space and for archival storage of less used, old and important documents, libraries have been using compact or dormitory storage and microfilming techniques. Of late, information technologies have come to their rescue. Many technologies-magnetic as well as optical have been tried for the past many years for mass storage of information. While magnetic drum and tape are,heading towards obsolescence, optical' technologies with their enormous storagedoi:10.14429/dbit.20.5.3523 fatcat:xftbxmkrdnekpjkfifzy3hv3iq