Latest SirsiDynix Stories

2009-11-16 15:30:00

ASHBURN, Va., Nov. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Network Computing, a leading publication for Information Technology professionals, has featured Brainware's fault tolerant search solution, Globalbrain(TM), in a customer success story titled "SirsiDynix: Why Search Is Being Integrated in Applications." The article showcases library automation solution provider SirsiDynix and its integration of Globalbrain into the SirsiDynix Enterprise. "SirsiDynix was not enamored with traditional key word search...

2008-09-27 03:00:17

By Fiehn, Barbara While many schools are blocking access to social networking applications on the internet, school library automation OPACs are beginning to provide such applications to students and staff. Talking with school library media specialists about this emerging trend provided an interesting insight to their hesitations and acceptance. However, before exploring the consumer thought, let's explore what we are talking about and what the vendors have to say. Many school library media...

2008-09-25 03:00:16

By Abram, Stephen Our reputation will play out in the social Web space as much as anywhere else. We need to get good at this. I made an offhand comment a few weeks ago and it appeared to start an entire conversation on the Web, blogs and even Library Journal! All I said was something like: "Librarians cannot afford to be anonymous and generic. ... We need to state that we're pretty good more often. We want to be treated as professionals and far too many of us seem to hide under the cloak of...

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