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Japanese Government Will Finally Stop Using Floppy Disks and CD-ROMs

IBM began shipping floppy disks in 1973, and this type of removable storage media eventually became so popular that Japanese government agencies submitted data on floppy disks and later on CD-ROMs. imposed a rule to Apparently, this rule is still in effect, so authorities are using diskettes and CD-ROMs to submit data instead of emails and cloud storage services. until today.

Some Japanese state ministers believe the time has come to move forward.

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