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VINE 66 July 1987 reported on the decision by CLSI to move away from the proprietary operating and database management systems used in the past to an industry standard operating system UNIX. At the same time, the use of Sequent parallel processing computers for large library systems was also...
It is some time since a Dynix installation has been written up in VINE this was at the University of Stirling, one of the earliest Dynix customers VINE 64. Since then, Dynix has acquired a number of new customers, many of them academic libraries, but also including the Department of Education...
Avid readers of peripherals may have noticed that BLCMP have been awarded a number of contracts recently with public library authorities. These include, apart from Gloucestershire BLCMP's 50th member, Liverpool, Hereford and Worcester, and Birmingham the last being a hybrid system interfacing...
As was reported previously in VINE, FretwellDowning Data Systems Ltd have purchased The Lending Library from Cornwallbased GG Software. The Lending Library, which was developed by GG as a successor to their CARSCLASS system written up in VINE 50, has not been previously covered in VINE, so the...
SCILSnet is the term which has been applied by Suffolk County Information and Library Service SCILS to its application of the Geac Library Information System.
This article is intended to complement the description of the Dolphin Library System which appears in the Guide to Library Systems for Schools published by the Library & Information Technology Centre in 1988. Since the Guide was published Dolphin's system has changed a great deal, much extra...
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