Türksat’s service in question makes a significant contribution to the digitization of millions of documents per year.
All digitized data is delivered electronically from a single point and is easily, quickly accessible, updated and shareable.
Türksat’s digital archive service minimizes effort, time and costs for archive work in public institutions, especially municipalities, libraries, hospitals and private institutions.
Public archives will not be affected by fire and flooding
The digital archive service offered with Türksat’s assurance is used by hundreds of institutions. Thus, all types of documents are protected in the event of disasters such as fire, flood, earthquake.
In addition to the millions of pages of Ottoman archives, documents created in the course of the activities of public institutions, documents with evidentiary value or administrative, legal, financial and historical information value are also safely stored.
Access to documents is possible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
With Türksat’s digital archive service, all types of documents as well as audio, video, microform recordings, maps, plans, drawings, etc. can be securely stored and the contents can be accessed within seconds.
Public personnel and citizens working remotely can securely access the documents they need 24 hours a day, 7 days a week without having to visit an institution. At the same time, public memory will be carried safely into the future.
With archive studies, which represent an important part of digital transformation, existing data in the electronic environment is analyzed and classified and the quality of service for citizens increases significantly.