Thursday, 20 January 2011

DIGROS access reduction at ScotlandsPeople Centre

Over the weekend of January 29th and 30th, the number of terminals providing access to the old fashioned DIGROS computer system in the Dundas Room of the ScotlandsPeople Centre is again being reduced, to just 15, less than a third of the terminals available in the room. The availability of the more flexible ScotlandsPeople computer system, which in addition to providing access to more GROS records also allows for internet access, will be increased to 31 terminals.

The Dundas Room remains the only room at the centre to continue offering access to DIGROS.

(With thanks to Dee Williams)

Chris

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