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Cloud Computing in your library’s future? How to ensure a sunny outcome . ELAG, May 2011 Carl Grant, Chief Librarian
 
Cloud Computing
Cloud Computing
Platform neutrality… means your vendor becomes more efficient and effective too.
Reduced costs because shared costs are lower costs
Add value for library users Consolidate the frameworks CONSOLIDATE OPTIMIZE Optimize through collaboration EXTEND Extend t...
is also about creating communities around information from which new knowledge will emerge Collaboration
Cloud Computing is Green both hardware and Library staff get used more efficiently
Analysis Resource Usage by Fund Overlap in New Purchases Request Time to Fulfillment Digital Submissions by Department ILL...
 
What are the concerns?
 
 
 
Configurable? Extensive configurability is essential so librarianship can show end-users  identifiable value.
OSS extensions ensure that which is common can do that which is uncommon.
Branding Is stamping the library name on the delivered information AND the value of librarianship on the end-users mind.
Support is better because your vendor does the common and your staff does the unique
We need to work together.. while being realistic in our expectations.
ill-informed legislation (about cloud computing in libraries) will result in ill-informed citizens.
 
Cloud Computing unites libraries so researchers start higher and go farther
Carl Grant  Chief Librarian,  Ex Libris          T:   +1-847-227-2615  M:  +1-540-449-2418 E:   [email_address] W:    http...
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Cloud Computing in your library’s future? How to ensure a sunny outcome. (Carl Grant)

  1. 1. Cloud Computing in your library’s future? How to ensure a sunny outcome . ELAG, May 2011 Carl Grant, Chief Librarian
  2. 3. Cloud Computing
  3. 4. Cloud Computing
  4. 5. Platform neutrality… means your vendor becomes more efficient and effective too.
  5. 6. Reduced costs because shared costs are lower costs
  6. 7. Add value for library users Consolidate the frameworks CONSOLIDATE OPTIMIZE Optimize through collaboration EXTEND Extend the range of services
  7. 8. is also about creating communities around information from which new knowledge will emerge Collaboration
  8. 9. Cloud Computing is Green both hardware and Library staff get used more efficiently
  9. 10. Analysis Resource Usage by Fund Overlap in New Purchases Request Time to Fulfillment Digital Submissions by Department ILL Requests Converted to Purchases Purchase Digitize Loan
  10. 12. What are the concerns?
  11. 16. Configurable? Extensive configurability is essential so librarianship can show end-users identifiable value.
  12. 17. OSS extensions ensure that which is common can do that which is uncommon.
  13. 18. Branding Is stamping the library name on the delivered information AND the value of librarianship on the end-users mind.
  14. 19. Support is better because your vendor does the common and your staff does the unique
  15. 20. We need to work together.. while being realistic in our expectations.
  16. 21. ill-informed legislation (about cloud computing in libraries) will result in ill-informed citizens.
  17. 23. Cloud Computing unites libraries so researchers start higher and go farther
  18. 24. Carl Grant Chief Librarian, Ex Libris         T: +1-847-227-2615  M: +1-540-449-2418 E:  [email_address] W:   http://www.exlibrisgroup.com Twitter:  carl_grant Blog: http://commentary.exlibrisgroup.com

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