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Cloud service and deployment models

Janet Clarey

One of my 15 fans asks, “Janet what the heck is cloud computing, when should I consider a cloud service model and when should I not?&# And, to which I responded…let’s try to break that down a bit… First, let me point to some existing definitions cloud computing. Clouds, if nothing else, are ‘fuzzy.’ ’ Cloud Service Models. Another service model is Cloud Platform as a Service&# (PaaS). Public cloud.

18 Top Learning Systems Trends to Watch in 2018

Talented Learning

Among the more than 700 vendors participating in today’s LMS marketplace, we continue to see a wave of learning solutions designed to solve “niche” business challenges. Decades of expensive LMS solutions gave way to a pricing revolution over the last 10 years, as cloud computing paved the way for low-cost LMS competitors that drove the overall price point down. Decreased new store/dealer onboarding costs.

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Top 10 eLearning Predictions 2011 #LCBQ

Tony Karrer

The availability of cost-effective resources to facilitate wide collaboration (including open source software that enables wikis, discussion groups, chat and even web conferencing) presents the chance for organizations to reconsider the effectiveness of the performance support being offered to their people. Interestingly, it's Xyleme - an LCMS vendor that is sponsoring the site. Instead, my belief is that the discussion will be much more around rapid, low-cost content creation.

Customer Training Pricing and Packaging: What’s the Best Strategy?

Talented Learning

Even if you offer customer training upfront at no additional charge, the cost of content development, delivery and administration must be included somewhere in the price of your product or service. It monetizes vendor relationships with developers while empowering developers to monetize relationships with their customers. While you may not want training costs to inhibit product adoption, it’s equally important not to devalue customer education at the outset.

Gartner’s top tech 2012 predictions: Impact on learning at 3 levels

Learning Cafe

The crux of the article is that IT budgets and responsibilities are moving out of the control of IT departments and into the hands of others, thanks to trends such as consumerization and cloud computing which is making centralised controlled of IT difficult. there is a oversupply of products and vendors in this space which will consolidate. By 2015, the prices for 80% of cloud services will include a global energy surcharge.