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In addition, the Town's infrastructure (servers, storage devices, and networking devices) is controlled by the MIS/IT department, as is the imaging infrastructure (printing/scanning/copying), Town website and social media.
The employee-used computer systems and "base" software are pretty standard. Most of the computers are Lenovo PCs, as are most of the few laptops we have deployed. The overwhelming majority of computers operate with Microsoft Windows 7 and Office 2010. Our server infrastructure employees physical Hewlett Packard servers in a virtualized Microsoft Hyper-V environment. This server system runs a Microsoft Active Directory domain, Exchange 2010 for email services, and all the typical system requirements, such as file and print sharing. We employ an EMC mass storage system connected to the server environment. Most of our networking is handled by Hewlett Packard switches, but we do have some Cisco devices engaged for certain purposes.
In general, and this is not an exhaustive list, we use systems or software from the following companies:
We also work with the library to an extent and assist Town committees, boards, and commissions with anything they may require.
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While there is NO SUCH THING as an impenetrable network, we have engaged industry standard best practices to secure all of our systems.