Education and Society: Why Both Need Technology

Education and Society: Why Both Need Technology Educational institutions are critical to the development of the society itself. As a matter of fact, to say that they are critical is an understatement: education is, after all, the backbone of progress of development. What does this mean? How can education be the backbone of progress itself?

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What is and What Is Not SaaS

What is and What Is Not SaaS What is SaaS? Basically, SaaS stands for Software-as-a-Service. Of course, this identification of the meaning behind the individual letters will only be the tip of the iceberg in your effort to truly understand what SaaS really is. So, let us define SaaS in a more understandable manner. Basically,

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Teachers or Computers: Discussing the Issue

Teachers or Computers: Discussing the Issue In the last couple of years, we have witnessed a lot of technological breakthroughs in all aspects of our lives. As a matter of fact, the field of education, too, has had its share of technological advancements. Basically, it is now pretty common to observe multi-media devices in most

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Cloud Computing and SaaS: Information Technology Evolving

Cloud Computing and SaaS: Information Technology Evolving Information technology is very important in higher education. There are just many advantages of the IT that we cannot just ignore. For example, IT allows learners to actually explore the world in the safety of their classrooms. With IT facilities, the teacher can bring the world to the

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Defining SaaS and Its Relevance to Education

Defining SaaS and Its Relevance to Education By far, the biggest challenge of the United States’ Department of Education has something to do with the depreciation of the standard and the quality of the educational services on the country. Of course, substandard services mean substandard graduates. And, in these tough times, the country cannot afford

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Cloud Computing and SaaS in the Field of Education

Cloud Computing and SaaS in the Field of Education In 2008, it was revealed that the University of Washington (UoW) was reducing the number of its IT employees due to a $10 million loss that year. At first glance, the laying off of employees might seem dark and bleak, and it may even be seen

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Implementing SaaS In Education In The United States

Implementing SaaS in Education in the United States The United States has always encountered problems with regards to the competitiveness of its population. Indeed, this particular problem has been even more emphasized today, especially with the crushingly intense global competition. Fortunately, Software-as-as-Service (SaaS) tools, along with other cloud computing services have dramatically grown in the

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The Downside Of Cloud Computing In Education

The Downside of Cloud Computing in Education Cloud computing, in recent years, has become the focus of intense educational debates and arguments. Basically, cloud computing is one of the top products of the latest internet technology. As such, just like much of the products of the era, this technological breakthrough carries with it so much

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Cloud Computing: Its Benefits, And How It Is Implemented By Universities

Cloud Computing: Its Benefits, and How it is Implemented by Universities There is no question with regards to the critical role that is played by higher education in the molding of the structure of our societies. It is through the creation of competent higher education institutions that we are able to produce competent and responsible

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Education: Why Cloud Computing?

Education: Why Cloud Computing? There are a lot of good reasons why schools, both in the lower and higher education sectors, should adopt cloud computing and embed such into their systems. In this article, we are going to talk about the different benefits, as well as some of the disadvantages and limitations of using cloud computing.

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