KGS Software has supported a learn-to-swim project in Sir Lowry's Pass Village in South Africa with a cash donation for a bus. The new bus will eliminate the cost of transportation to the swimming pool. Likewise, the elementary school will be able to use the bus for other sporting events. Thus, the school's sports teams will have the opportunity to participate in competitions of other schools in the area. Until now, this was often impossible because transportation was very difficult and costly. A great relief and enrichment for the children
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it-daily.net wanted to know more from us about autonomous archiving.
We came across an interesting article. In an interview with Computerwelt, Walter Schinnerer (DSAG's Austria board member) emphasized that the future is hybrid. As a specialist for archiving solutions on the pulse of time, we can only agree with this opinion.