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Auckland City Council to control PC access

Auckland City Council to control PC access

The Auckland City Council wants to appoint a supplier for a public computer access control system. The Council is amalgamating a number of libraries in October this year so the system will need to be redesigned.

Currently patrons have access to the internet, software applications and photocopy services at 54 branches. The Council wants to implement a system that controls library users’ access to computer services and manage the associated revenue. The system should be extended to cover all the libraries in the new Council.

It hopes to improve functionality for users and make the system more efficient for library staff.

The deadline for replies is Monday, April 26.


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