Computer Output to Laser Disk

(storage)Computer Output to Laser Disk - (COLD) The capture of large (typically mainframe generated) reports on optical media such that sections are accessible as individual documents. A successor technology to "COM" (Computer Output on Microfilm).

In 1999 the AIIM renamed COLD to ERM/COLD (Enterprise Report Management), to better reflect the changes and improvements this technology has undergone throughout the years.

An example application is PearlDoc QuickFile Information Management System (IMS).
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