What Does The Classroom In The Cloud Look Like? Cloud computing has been exciting people with its implications and opportunities especially so over the past several years, as more and more of the public have been exposed to the potential of this technology. While many people’s first experiences with cloud computing have revolved primarily around the digital sharing of music and video media, these same applications for cloud computing carry significant implications outside of the entertainment field. The classroom has become a major test lab for cloud computing and its potential to revolutionize educational, social, and economic systems that exist
TV Goes Original On Xbox One Cloud Platform There are two influences that have made the new gaming console, Xbox One, to go to traditional media to succor its audiences: Cloud computing has made it possible to relay a number of media from one station, in either live relay, playback streaming or as content with ads. The gaming realm has recently moved from consoles to more accessible and portable devices like mobile devices. This has necessitated Microsoft to appropriate new content for its console rather than mere games. Cloud Computing, TV and Xbox One There is nothing that compares to
Cloud Infographic: Unlocking Mobile Cloud The plethora of mobile devices with smartphones and tablets leading the wave of a new era of computing, CIOs and IT managers wake up to a nightmare i.e. mobile management. Mobile management spans both, the platform or the mobile devices and content which in the case of enterprises would be sensitive business data which an employee accesses and perhaps stores on the mobile device. Attached is an excellent infographic provided by SAP which provides some insightful details surrounding mobile cloud computing. Infographic Source: SAP
The Cloud Brings New Meaning To Office Hours, Teacher-Student Collaboration Any of us who spent four years of our life navigating the challenges and intricacies of undergraduate life know that office hours, those precious few minutes of your professor’s undivided attention and assistance, are a particularly rare and in-demand resource. Standing on a long line of worried students, hoping to get your questions answered or your paper reviewed, and watching the clock tick down to the end of your scheduled time is a sensation that should be very familiar to many former (and current) college students. At the high school
The Cloud Comes To Research Papers Advances in cloud computing have been grabbing headlines and exciting tech lovers more and more frequently over the past few years. But much of the focus on advances in cloud computing has centered in the corporate sector (data sharing and storage capabilities, information processing systems) or in the entertainment sector (streaming music and video services et al.). While these areas do command the majority of the attention when it comes to what’s innovative in cloud computing these days, one area that is seeing a rapid influx of cloud computing is the high school classroom.
Delivers Mobile Data Management Suite for Comprehensive Device Security in the Enterprise First File Sync and Share Vendor to Offer Native Remote Wipe, Encryption, Trusted Device and Two-Factor Authentication Features LONDON, UK – May 22, 2013 – Egnyte, the leader in enterprise file sharing and synchronization, today announced its Mobile Data Management Suite, giving enterprises comprehensive control over corporate data through a variety of new device and file management strategies. This new offering enables sophisticated management of the full range of end user devices in the workplace while allowing IT departments to efficiently and seamlessly maintain complete control over corporate