The Japanese government wants to eliminate the floppy disk in the country. The target is the government sphere itself, which still requires outdated disks, such as floppy disks, CDs and MiniDiscs (MD), in about 1,900 procedures, which include business applications and official forms.
The statement was made by the Minister of Digital Affairs of Japan, Taro Kono, during a press conference held this week. He repeated the complaints on the profile he maintains on Twitter. The manager’s objective is to migrate communication with citizens and companies to the internet.