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Cloud Computing for Libraries (THE TECH SET® #11) (edition 2012)

by Marshall Breeding, Ellyssa Kroski (Editor)

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Title:Cloud Computing for Libraries (THE TECH SET® #11)
Authors:Marshall Breeding
Other authors:Ellyssa Kroski (Editor)
Info:Neal-Schuman Publishers (2012), Paperback, 134 pages
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Cloud Computing for Libraries (THE TECH SET® #11) by Marshall Breeding

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A recent important book in cloud computing and its applications in libraries, under the light of librarianship concept.
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Cloud computing helps libraries shift away from owning and operating local servers to Web-based services. This book equips you with the information and practical advice needed to evaluate the many opportunities to take advantage of cloud computing. Author Marshall Breeding walks you through applications that empower you to use technology without the constraints of a locally supported infrastructure, and provides more in-depth information and examples of how to plunge directly into suitable projects by taking advantage of free services offered by the top cloud services providers. Examples include using cloud-based supplemental storage, Google's suite of apps, Amazon's S3 and EC2 services to power your library website, and DuraCloud to host an online library media collection.… (more)

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