Jun 11, 2012
There is a recent and exciting movement to cloud-based infrastructures in K-12 education - and for good reason. Cloud computing enables access to
applications, data, information, content and curriculum from anywhere an Internet connection is available.
It helps improve secure data management and meets the needs of rapidly changing content and software applications. Perhaps best of all, cloud computing helps districts maximize every dollar by creating IT efficiencies, scalability, and compatibility with multiple hardware platforms.
By hosting applications, content, and data on a small number of servers "in the cloud" district employees, students, and parents have access to the information they need to be successful.