[windows2000] Re: Proactivity

  • From: "Jim Kenzig http://thethin.net" <jimkenz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 2 Dec 2004 18:41:06 -0800 (PST)

And working for CCPL, the number on library in the nation ( rub : ) 
http://www.haplr-index.com/HAPLR2005AmericanLibraries.htm ) we take a very 
proactive appoach also.
We try to stay current with the latest technologies and offer our patrons new 
things.  We are currently involved with a project called Onecleveland that will 
light up wirelessly the entire county around cleveland with in the next few 
years.  http://www.onecleveland.org/
Talk about a proactive project! We are also going to HP blades windows 2003 
O2K3 servers and the new version of Metaframe XPS 4 early next year. 
Jim Kenzig
Network Manager
Cuyahoga County Public Library

George Yobst <george.yobst@m> wrote:
Education is kinda like Public Libraries. We use harddrive lockdown hardware
or software like Deepfreeze or Centurion Guard. This makes all the difference
after getting a computer the way you want it. -George

On Thu, 02 Dec 2004 11:14:22 -0500, Andrew Shriner wrote:
> Does anyone here (besides me) work in an educational/K-12 setting?
> Namely, public education...
> My boss just sent an agenda out for a meeting, and the biggest part of
> it is determining how to be proactive about a lot of things around the
> district... while that's not a bad idea, I'm wondering how he's planning
> on pulling that off, when every knowledgeable person in my department
> has enough of a workload for three people. Going beyond that, I've
> worked with most of the other school districts in our area, and none of
> them appear to be proactive at all... and employees that I've spoken to
> in other districts agree.

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