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Cloud Computing Is Redefining Micro-Learning In Five Revolutionary Ways

Cloud Computing Is Redefining Micro-Learning In Five Revolutionary Ways

Cloud Computing Is Redefining Micro-Learning One of the great aspects of cloud computing is that it is quantifiable. It takes a challenge and accounts for it in hard figures. If it is software, one rents it and pays for the time he or she spends on it. If it is education, particularly, students come to know

How Cloud Computing Is Improving Asynchronous Learning In Schools

How Cloud Computing Is Improving Asynchronous Learning In Schools A perfect example of just how much cloud computing is improving learning is demonstrated by those studying to become cloud technicians. There are already Master’s degree classes available on the Internet via the asynchronous learning system. This system enables learners from anywhere on the planet to

Microsoft Gives Cloud Computing Center Stage In Certification Program Revamp

Microsoft Gives Cloud Computing Center Stage in Certification Program Revamp For several years now, a Microsoft certification has opened doors to IT employment throughout the world. Whatever be the platform or application, a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) has found life easier on the job market. Almost every year we hear about a new contender to

University Down Under Offers To Make Students Cloud-Capable

University Down Under Offers To Make Students Cloud-Capable Sometime back I had postulated that the true success of cloud computing in entering the mainstream is dependent on the technology being not only part of our everyday lives, but also a part of our education system (See: Cloud Computing Goes Mainstream with University Certification Course). Thus,

Cloud Hiring Reaches New Heights

Cloud Hiring Reaches New Heights For those offended by puns, I apologize for the very obvious one in the title to this article. But considering that there has been a 61% annual increase in cloud computing-related jobs, you will undoubtedly agree that the title is no exaggeration. Backing up a little bit, it seems only