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Trial: Faulkner Advisory for IT Studies (FAITS) and Security Management Practices (SMP)

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Faulkner Information Services is offering Nebraska libraries free trial access to the following two services:

  • Faulkner Advisory for IT Studies (FAITS) - FAITS is a comprehensive, one-of-a-kind online technology reports library created especially for use by the academic community. Continually updated and fully searchable, FAITS contains hundreds of reports addressing critical issues, trends, market conditions, products, services, and vendors driving the information technology industry. Recent additions to this service include modules on Health Care IT and Government IT. This dynamic, feature-rich tool, will be a benefit to educators, administrators, researchers, students, IT staff, and others. For more information see

  • Security Management Practices (SMP) - Security Management Practices (SMP) is an expert resource on the Web for learning about how to confront and manage organizational risk, plan for disruptions, deploy network security appliances, employ biometric technologies, safeguard intellectual property, establish security best practices, protect and train students, staff and much more. SMP would be appropriate for Criminal Justice, Homeland Security, or Emergency Management-type courses. For more information see

Trial Dates: March 1, 2007 through March 31, 2007

The trial URL with embedded username and password was distributed via a March 2, 2007 message to the TRIAL mailing list. If you did not receive this information or need to have it sent to you again, please email Susan Knisely.

Faulkner is offering Nebraska libraries a 15% discount off list price on each service. Subscription terms will run from July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008. For more information on pricing and ordering see: /discounts/faulkner.aspx

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