Japan plans to phase out storage media such as floppy disks and CD-ROMs: you can’t buy them for too long
The problem is that these products are hard to come by now, and he wants to get rid of the outdated equipment.
However, it is not easy for Japan to achieve a more convenient electronic office, because the elimination of these devices requires amendments to the legal provisions.Japanese officials said they would formulate policies by the end of this year and asked various departments to start taking action.
As for the fact that the Japanese rely on floppy disks for office work, we have also reported before that not only government departments, but also corporate units such as banks will rely on these outdated equipment.
Last year, some departments in Japan had to pay a monthly service fee of $500 to let the bank keep the relevant system in order to maintain the floppy disk office until 2026.