Lincoln City Libraries will be receiving new cloud storage facilities as part of the City of Lincoln’s annual $2.5 billion Library Expansion Program.
The new facilities, which will cost about $5 million, will help library staff manage the data, photos, and video that libraries collect on their mobile devices.
The libraries’ new cloud facilities will allow library staff to store digital content such as photos, videos, and documents.
The library’s new cloud facility will be available from August 20 through October 30, 2018.
This new facility will allow the library to store more data, such as books, videos and documents, and will allow users to manage the information that’s stored in the cloud.
The Library of Congress plans to make a formal announcement on the new cloud services in the coming weeks.
The library’s current cloud facilities are not designed to handle high-definition digital content.
The libraries’ current cloud facility uses a digital video recorder, which is more expensive than a physical camera, but also provides more robust security.
The Lincoln City Library has also made other investments to support library services.
In 2019, the Lincoln City Public Library was selected to receive the $25 million Lincoln City Innovation Fund.
The Lincoln City City Library also received a $2 million grant to improve its technology infrastructure.