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NOV 16

OCLC Web-scale Management Services: Building the future

Cloud computing is a new technology model for IT services which many businesses and organizations are adopting. It allows them to avoid…

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Cloud computing is a new technology model for IT services which many businesses and organizations are adopting. It allows them to avoid locally hosting multiple servers and equipment and constantly dealing with hardware failure, software installs, upgrades and compatibility issues. For many organizations, cloud computing can simplify processes and save time and money. Matt discussed how cloud computing solutions could be beneficial to libraries in three basic areas: technology, data and community going into some depth about OCLC's Web-scale Management Service .

Resources from this event series:

  • Durham, NC USA, November 16, 2010
    • "Survive" is the New Thrive [PDF, 31 slides]

      Tim Daniels, Advanced Library Services Manager, LYRASIS
    • OCLC Web-scale Management Services: Building the Future [PDF, 42 slides]

      Matt Goldner, Product and Technology Advocate, OCLC
  • Wichita, KS USA, October 22, 2010
    • Productivity in the Clouds: Cloud Computing & Web-based Productivity [PDF, 26 slides]

      Tim Daniels, Advanced Library Services Manager, LYRASIS
    • OCLC Web-scale Management Services: Building the Future [PDF, 42 slides]

      Matt Goldner, Product and Technology Advocate, OCLC
  • Philadelphia, PA USA. October 15th, 2010

Start Date

16 November 2010

End Date

16 November 2010