Top 10 Library Management System Security Issues

Top 10 Library Management System Security Issues

Library Management Systems need to be secure, but just how secure? Do you realise the complexities of security involved or have to be thought through? We have compiled this list, though not exhaustive, we feel that these security issues and points do need to be considered in most cases.

Library Management Systems, Past, Present and Future

Library Management Systems, Past, Present and Future

The Library Management System has not changed much in 20 years. The format and the approach other than being web based, is fundamentally the same. There are too many suppliers, many will be bought up as we have seen the past few years and only a few will remain. Others will grow into something more knowledge focused and less back office process driven.

Top 5 Technologies to Give Librarians an Impetus to Innovate

Top 5 Technologies to Give Librarians an Impetus to Innovate

The library used to include a Systems Librarian, someone whose role was to ensure that the library was well provisioned by technology and that the systems used by the library were up to muster. I recall one law library was so ahead of the game, that the IT department would come to the library to look for new ideas! The Systems Librarian post is still

Considerations when Designing a Database

Considerations when Designing a Database

For many clients a package database application is the ideal solution, incorporating a set of fields and templates to reflect what are commonly accepted types of information. A prime example is that of bibliographic data (an organised collection of references to published reports, articles, books or similar). There may be a need for some

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