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Computers in Libraries
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VOLUME 26, NUMBER 1 January 2006
Computers in Libraries
Complete Coverage of Library Information Technology

This Month: Guarding Against Today's Threats


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Keep Your Small Network Sailing Safely in Dangerous Waters[Full Text]
If you work in a small library that doesn't have much high-tech network help, there are still things you can do to ensure solid, basic computer security. This author, who's been helping protect small libraries for more than a decade, explains his four fundamentals for safe, smooth sailing.
By Jim Semmelroth

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The Battle to Secure Our Public Access Computers
There's a plethora of computer network enemies these days, so there's a constant battle to protect a system's confidentiality, integrity, and accessibility. You can share this battle plan, which has been deployed at one public library system in Kansas.
By Monique Sendze

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DEPARTMENTS

Online Treasures
No Rest for the Weary, or, a Systems Administrator's Work Is Never Done
By Janet L. Balas

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The Systems Librarian
Designing Sites to Distribute Content via Various Mechanisms
By Marshall Breeding

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AccessibleIT
Intros, Issues, and Opportunities
By Lori Bell and Tom Peters
Page 24

Computers in Small Libraries
Network Security Is Manageable
By Gary Roberts

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DEPARTMENTS
Editor's Notes
Here's What's New and Exciting
By Kathy Dempsey
Page 4
Newsline Page 31
Tech Tips for Every Librarian
Welcome to Our World!
By Rachel Singer Gordon and Michael Stephens
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Noted & Quoted Page 42
Books to Check Out Page 44
SPECIAL SECTIONS

CIL 2006 Conference Preview

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ADVERTISING
Library Tech Connection Page 47

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