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Catalogue and Index: Issue 187

The new issue of C&I (187) is now available here.

The latest issue of C&I discusses how metadata and institutional repositories can work together. You’ll also find a… 10 more words

C&I

Fall 2017 Intern, CNN Library- GA

Approximate Date of Posting: June 21, 2017

Position: Video Archive Library Trainee

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Company/Organization  Turner/Division of Time Warner

Schedule/Hours:Unspecified

Time Frame:   September 11th through December 8th… 253 more words

2017

Graduate Intern-Archivist/Digital Curator-Virginia

Approximate Date of Posting: June 27, 2017

Position: Graduate Intern

Location: Reston, Virginia

Company/Organization  Verisign

For more than 20 years, Verisign has been a global leader in domain names and Internet security, enabling Internet navigation for many of the world’s most recognized domain names and provides protection for websites and enterprises around the world. 316 more words

2017

Summer/Fall Internship-New York Academy Of Medicine Library

Approximate Date of Posting: June 28, 2017

Position: Digital Intern

Location: New York, New York

Company/Organization  New York Academy Of Medicine Library Schedule/Hours: 229 more words
2017

How To Integrate On-Premises Storage To Cloud Storage?

In response to a polling question in our recent webinar, “Why Data Migration Hurts And How To Stop the Pain,” 27 percent of the respondents indicated their biggest challenge was integrating on-premises storage with the cloud. 321 more words

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KTRU Tuesdays: Digitization Update

Last week all of the KTRU files finished their next phase of transformation. Both the master files (WAV) and the access files (MP3) have embedded metadata. 261 more words

Rice University

The Impact of Persistent Memory in the Data Center

Flash is the form of persistent memory that most IT professional are aware of, and it has fundamentally changed the data center. But we’ve only scratched the surface of what persistent memory is capable of, and flash is not the be-all-and-end-all of persistent memory. 1,080 more words

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