Cloud Computing: Impact on EdTech

Magic EdTech

With the push for digital lesson plans and remote learning, IT systems – particularly cloud-based platforms have become more valuable than ever. Cloud is a potential technological creation that fosters opportunities for change for its users. Impact of Cloud Computing on EdTech.

Cloud Computing: Impact on EdTech

Magic EdTech

With the advent of online learning trends and push for digital lesson plans and remote learning, IT systems – particularly cloud-based platforms have become more valuable than ever. Cloud is a potential technological creation that fosters opportunities for change for its users.

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A Checklist To Safeguard Your Institution’s Data

Academia

From personally sensitive information like addresses, health records and payment information, these institutions often run extensive networks across different campuses, with thousands of students and staff accessing their online portals through different devices at any time of the day or night.

How to Keep Your Cloud-Based LMS Software Protected

Your Training Edge

For any organization that relies on cloud-based LMS software for continual learning and development (L&D), cybersecurity should be a top concern. Luckily, most LMS vendors today offer cloud-based solutions with built-in safety features. When protected with reliable cybersecurity systems and protocols, cloud-based software solutions are no more vulnerable than an on-premise learning management system.

When Does Your Training Need To Go On A Private Cloud?

eFront

We have gone from big-as-a-house mainframes with slow-as-molasses magnetic tape storage to pizza-box sized servers with crazy fast SSDs, in the span of four decades. The next evolution — which is already here — does not concern servers smaller than pizza boxes, but rather no boxes at all. The Cloud, explained. The downsides of Cloud computing are similar to outsourcing too. You don’t have complete control over your servers: the Cloud operator has.

The Revolution is Coming: Consumer Tablets and E-Learning

eLearning 24-7

E-Learning and all forms within are normally taken via your desktop computer and either hitting your company’s server with your browser or going to a hosted LMS vendor’s solution. Cloud computing – SCORM Cloud can be used on your tablet – upload courses or create courses SCORM 2004 compatible. Rapid e-learning authoring tools will have to adapt or die – with “Cloud&# capability – it only makes sense.