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Gaylord Releases New Line of Security Software for Libraries

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Gaylord Releases New Line of Security Software for Libraries

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Complementing its growing line of security products, Gaylord Bros. is introducing a new line of security software for libraries and schools, focusing on the protection of installed software, library patrons, facilities, and computer systems.

The first in this line of products is Full Armor software. Full Armor secures computers in libraries and labs to prevent unauthorized access and damage to programs, whether malicious or unintentional.

Using Full Armor, operators can lock their choice of individual files, programs or entire hard drives and CD-ROM drives, plus screens and keyboards. Any or all of these can then be accessed only with a password.

Locked data cannot be viewed, copied, altered, or deleted without the appropriate level of authorization. The program also records all unsuccessful attempts to access the system, and provides online help and virus protection.

Full Armor will not slow system performance or conflict with resident programs, and can provide unique security access.

Another Gaylord product, InCase BASIC, facilitates the handling of security incidents - accidents, thefts, altercations - with detailed reporting, rather than hazy recollection, and encourages the proper management of events as they occur. …

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