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There are a variety of comercial and [[Open Source Software | OpenSource]] tools out there that enable Libraries to manage their public PCs. Typically libraries purchase an assortment of "Point solutions" from separate vendors then have their IT staff integrate them together and deploy and manage the software. However there are also a few turnkey approaches some of which are free and open source.
 
There are a variety of comercial and [[Open Source Software | OpenSource]] tools out there that enable Libraries to manage their public PCs. Typically libraries purchase an assortment of "Point solutions" from separate vendors then have their IT staff integrate them together and deploy and manage the software. However there are also a few turnkey approaches some of which are free and open source.
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=Product Comparisions=
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* A helpful [http://userful.com/products/alternatives/ comparison chart] of a variety of public access computer lockdown products.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:14, 20 May 2006

There are a variety of comercial and OpenSource tools out there that enable Libraries to manage their public PCs. Typically libraries purchase an assortment of "Point solutions" from separate vendors then have their IT staff integrate them together and deploy and manage the software. However there are also a few turnkey approaches some of which are free and open source.

Success Stories

Product Comparisions

  • A helpful comparison chart of a variety of public access computer lockdown products.