Information Technology

The City of Liberal Information Technology (IT) Department provides technical assistance to all internal and external departments within the City of Liberal organization. The IT department manages 150+ servers and workstations and currently has on staff 2 full-time employees.

Management Responsibilities Include:
  • Servers (Windows/Unix/IBM)
  • Workstations
  • Printer Support
  • Network equipment (Firewalls/Switches/Wireless Infrastructure)
  • Video Surveillance Systems
  • Web Site Administration
  1. Technology News
  2. Microsoft Security Notifications

Technology News

  1. StarCraft: Remastered will Zerg rush you mid-2017 - CNET

    The new version of the classic game includes better multiplayer matchmaking and 4K graphics support.

  2. Woman claims Sasquatch caused her to crash car, police say - CNET

    Commentary: An Idaho woman insists that a Bigfoot sighting caused her to lose attention at the wheel.

  3. Final Four: One Carolina tweets politely, the other gets cocky - CNET

    Commentary: After North and South Carolina both make the Final Four, they offer different tweeting styles.

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Security Week News

  1. Could Killing of FCC Privacy Rules Lead to End of Net Neutrality?

    The Senate on Thursday voted 50-48 to overturn new FCC rules that would prevent ISPs from monetizing customers' information without their...

  2. Third-Party App Store Slips Inside iOS App Store

    A third-party app store application managed to slip into the official iOS App Store by masquerading as a legitimate financial...

  3. Researcher Builds WMI-Based Hacking Tool in PowerShell

    Researcher Builds WMI-Based RAT in PowerShell

    Windows Zero-Day Exploited by AdGholas, Neutrino EK

    One of the Windows zero-day vulnerabilities patched by Microsoft this month has been exploited by cybercriminals since last summer, Trend Micro...

  4. Google Stops Trusting Symantec-Issued Certificates

    Google is displeased with the fact that Symantec has failed to ensure that its partners don’t improperly issue digital certificates, which is why...

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