Isn't if funny how the library is always defending its mistakes in front of the Board. We see this often, but now someone actually wrote about it.
The basic technology just doesn't work - they [library] wasted money and it still doesn't perform as needed, so instead of fixing the situation, they just ignore the entire thing and move on :)
Read more about it here.
This is exactly what happens when people allocate money for a "purpose" without understanding the true needs. Here we are, delivering a truly needed value to libraries with the critical technology to keep the operations flowing, fighting to save every penny, while some bureaucrats decide where the real money flows.
Read on, how some libraries in Virginia spend over $22,600 for routers in this economy ??!!@@??##
Take a look at an awesome write-up one of our allCIRC-Cube customers received about the system. This not only saves them money in security expenses, but also eliminates theft.