Unsur Intrinsik Dan Ekstrinsik Novel Habibie Dan Ainun
The key word I would use here is «intrinsic». Since the definitions include «contents», the use of «contents» in this case is not incorrect. It would be a bit strained if they were trying to say «intrinsic nature» or something.
Over the past few years, attention has started to be paid to paperless systems for businesses that realize benefits through the use of electronic data in place of paper documents. The management of paper documents has been a laborious task, and as the volume of paper information has increased, it has become increasingly difficult to manage the information. The same holds true for the processing of electronic information. Electronic information has the potential to help improve business processes, but the manner in which it is put into practical use has differed for each business.
Due to this, the proportion of paperless systems continues to increase, and electronic data is becoming an accepted, even necessary, part of business operations. This is particularly true of companies that have long term contracts with their customers, as the use of paper documents is very wasteful in terms of labor costs and efforts, which more than offset the use of electronic data. However, while many companies have started to standardize on paperless systems, no particular standard has yet been established for the management of electronic data.
In response to this, the Information Society Japan (ISJ) has created electronic data management guidelines, the essence of which is to establish a structure that assists companies in the consistent and secure management of electronic data through the standardization of formats and security.
Adopted this spring, the guidelines stipulate that electronic data should be used for internal purposes, and, in the event that electronic data is used for external purposes, it should be provided in a format that is acceptable to external clients, and be backed up in the event of a loss or malfunction.
The ISJ assumes that a paperless system that is constantly updated with electronic data can lead to more efficient operations and a reduction in the use of resources. However, since not all paperless systems can be made paperless through the use of electronic data alone, the ISJ believes that there is a need to consider the addition of electronic data to paper documents, and to add electronic data even to paperless systems.
With the increasing prevalence of the Internet and the strength of computing power, the use of electronic data as an equal alternative to paper documents has started to rapidly increase in various fields. From a more fundamental