Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln

 

Date of this Version

Fall 4-20-2021

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Abstract

Cloud computing is a process that provides virtual machines to store data permanently on the web. The main goal of cloud computing is to bring system scalability. Cloud technology serves not only as a means of automation but also as a way of changing the current processes. A step towards cloud technology for library Re-designing would enable finding what users want without going to the library. Libraries could increase or decrease the resources in the cloud according to their users’ needs at a lower cost. Libraries should use cloud computing technologies to quickly respond to the diverse needs of all users. The purpose of this article is to discuss the possible applicability of cloud computing along with its needs in changing the process of libraries

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