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Build, Buy, Open Source, or Web 2.0? Making an Informed Decision for Your Library
|Publication:||Computers in Libraries
|Author:||Fagan, Jody Condit||||||Keach, Jennifer A
| Abstract (Document Summary)|
A large degree of customization is possible, and it's usually feasible to integrate open source software into the rest of your library web presence. Because the application typically lives on your own servers, you have more control over backups and security of data.
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