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OneNet 24/7 Customer Support To learn more, call 1-888-566-3638 Customer Support keeping you connected Connecting the Community at the Mustang Public Library Community libraries are no longer just a place to check-out books and visit for story-time. Many now serve as the central hub for residents, who need to connect to their community and beyond through high-speed Internet access. The Mustang Public Library serves as that hub for its community. Residents of all ages visit the library to use the library's public computers for a wide variety of needs. Some are conducting on-line job searches and applying on-line for openings. Others are taking on-line courses to further their education. Many are Internet sawy and can utilize the library's Internet services without assistance, while others need help from the librarians to learn how to create resumes and post them to the web. While the community depends on the library for Internet access, Desiree Webber, the library's director, depends on OneNet for reliable service and support. OneNet has been the library's Internet service provider since 2004. Over the years, Desiree has been pleased with OneNet's service and support. In June of this year, problems with the library's public computers led her to call for help and gave her an opportunity to experience OneNet's customer support team in action. One morning, the library's Internet service suddenly slowed to a crawl. Desiree says it seemed like their computers were frozen in place, and the library's tech support couldn't determine the source of the problem. Desiree called OneNet's customer support line, and her issue was quickly elevated to level two support. OneNet's Network Support Engineer Joel Moore answered Desiree's call and went to work investigating the library's problem. Joel discovered that the library's bandwidth was over-loaded by malware on its public computers that were "calling home." He provided Desiree with a report showing how the library's bandwidth was being overwhelmed with the Internet traffic created by the malware. This equipped the library's tech support provider with the information they needed to determine which computers were infected. They found the malware had infected every public computer, so they cleaned each machine and upgraded security on the entire system. Desiree says if Joel hadn't provided the report, they couldn't have determined the source of the problem. She says, "I was grateful he was there to help us and answer our questions." The library experienced first-hand OneNet's dedication to providing exceptional customer support. The support team goes further than just diagnosing issues on OneNet's end to assisting with potential problems on the customer's end. Desiree says, "After determining it wasn't an OneNet issue, Joel could have said it was an in-house problem and ended his assistance there, but he helped us identify the problem on our end." Although other Internet service providers have contacted Desiree about their services, she is committed to staying with OneNet. "I don't want to give-up OneNet customer service," she says. "Joel went above and beyond, and we are very grateful. He put us back in business." In return, OneNet stays committed to ensuring the high-speed, reliable service customers like the library depend on and to keeping our customers connected within their own communities and globally to the world beyond. The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, in compliance with Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Executive Order 11246 as amended, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and other federal laws and regulations, do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, handicap or status as a veteran in any of its policies or procedures. This includes, but is not limited to, admissions, employment, financial aid and educational services. This publication, printed by State Regents' Central Services, is issued by the State Regents as authorized by 70. O.S. 2001, Section 3206.100 copies have been printed at a cost of approximately $17. Copies have been deposited with the Publications Clearinghouse of the Oklahoma Department of Libraries. This publication was produced in October 2012.
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Regents for Higher Education, Oklahoma State
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|Title||Customer support, keeping you connected : connecting the community at the Mustang Public Library.|
|Publisher||Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education|
Mustang Public Library (Okla.)
Libraries and the Internet--Oklahoma--Mustang.
Internet access for library users--Oklahoma--Mustang.
|Purpose||Community libraries are no longer just a place to check-out books and visit for story-time. Many now serve as the central hub for residents, who need to connect to their community and beyond through high-spped Internet access.|
|OkDocs Class#||E1450.1 C987s 2012|
|Digital Format||PDF, Adobe Reader required|
|ODL electronic copy||Deposited by the agency in print; digitized by Oklahoma Department of Libraries|
|Rights and Permissions||This Oklahoma state government publication is provided for educational purposes under U.S. coyright law. Other usage requires permission of copyright holders.|