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Messenger Public Library in N. Aurora is getting a new server
During its scheduled meeting on August 11, 2011, the Messenger Public Library Board approved the purchase of a new server. This decision was driven by increased instability on the Library Local Area Network (LAN) over a period of several months, caused in large part by aging server equipment. The instability affected not only internal library workflow, but public computer accessibility as well.
This new machine, a Hewlett-Packard DL380, will allow us to retire the oldest of our three current servers, which is entering its second decade of existence, and should go a long way towards facilitating our stated mission of informing, connecting, and enriching the community of North Aurora.
The actual day to install the server and coordinate the work with SIKICH, LLP is August 25, 2011.