Planning and Implementing Successful System Migrations
Library Association Pub., Jan 1, 1997 - Computers - 192 pages
This guide presents an analysis of the questions which have arisen from the first phase of library automation. Using a selection of case studies representing a range of library systems and institutions, it examines the experience of migration to the newer generation of systems and assesses the impact of the Internet.
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