Fwd: Re: [LDS-WC-L] Statistics
- I got this from the LDS Ward Consultant email list. It would be really,
really nice if someone in a position of authority could elaborate on
and/or confirm some of these statements.
Many of the things mentioned here will have a HUGE impact on what we
are doing and how we are doing it. Knowing some more details on this
would make life a whole lot easier for us, not to mention possibly
saving a lot of money on hard drives. :)
I went to the Utah Valley PAF User's Group web site and all they had
listed was the fact that Bro. Bryson spoke and they gave the date and
Anyone know anything??
--- Pam J <pamelaaj@...> wrote:
> From: "Pam J" <pamelaaj@...>__________________________________________________
> Here are few statistics that kind of make you tingle.
> From a presentation at the UT Valley PAF User's Group
> meeting in March, by Randy Bryson who is Information
> and Technologies Div. Director for the Church --
> responsible for implementation of new technology:
> I think the entire info is available at www.uvpafug.org
> Main points I found interesting:
> 1. Oridinance Index will very soon be available over
> the internet to FHC's for clearing names, for duplicate
> checking and updating of records. It is updated DAILY!
> this implies permission to have the internet in FHC's
> very close to being granted. All OI will be combined, no
> more Main and Addendum.
> 2. Publishing capability will be improved to get CDs out
> in weeks instead of months.
> 3. Ordinance Index will be available from home via the
> Internet with certain security strategies, too.
> 4. Vital record info now on CDs will be on the Internet
> within the year.
> 5. PAF 6 and later will have all the languages now out
> and some we haven't announced yet, because by the year 2020
> English will not be the main language of the Church!
> 6. Working on storage technology to store 20 gygibytes on
> one CD. combine that with compression technology and we
> will see data of 100 present CD s on 1 CD.
> 7. Present capability of writing 12 rolls of 1000 images
> each of microfilm on one 2 inch disk. At that rate the
> entire Granite Vault's info could be stored in a 3 by 3 foot
> 8. 70% of the Church membership is first generation just
> like in 1890. If that 70% all submitted their 4 generations
> for templework it would support all 100 temples for 10 years.
> Sure makes me think of how fast things are moving.
> Pam J
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