Ppt on cloud computing in education

Cloud Computing: A Public and Private place to Access Unlimited Academic Possibilities.

(SaaS) Benefits of the Cloud for Students Software applications and other online resources are available for use by multiple users via the Internet. Students hardware requirements are lower. Reduces cost to access education for students. Ensures students are able to access and run course software regardless of their location or computer processing power. Provides access to education for students in remote and rural areas. Offers/

Cloud Powered Rural Telecenters – A Model for Sustainable Telecenters Osman Ghazali, Baharudin Osman, Azizah Ahmad, Azizi Abas, Abdul Razak Rahmat, Mohamed.

CoE for Rural ICT Development Universiti Utara Malaysia Brief Outline  Setting the background  Role of telecenters in rural ICT  Introducing cloud computingCloud powered telecenters  Conclusions Slide 1 of 16 What is Rural?  What do we think of /economic activities Entertainment & info for social needs Issue of Certificates and Licenses Delivery of health & educational services Education, training to enhance employment & economic opportunity Access to Markets Rural Citizen Issues Related to Rural /

Moonshot-enabled Federated Access to Cloud Infrastructure Terena Networking Conference, Reykjavik. May 2012 David Orrell, Eduserv.

the effective use of ICT in ‘public good’ organisations. Eduserv cloud platform Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) for UK Education community o Currently offered as a beta service Infrastructure to support existing products and services Eduserv Education Cloud: Hardware Cisco UCS blade /(including dual path to JANET PoP). o All ports running at 10 Gbit/s. Eduserv Education Cloud: Software VMWare vCloud Compute o Good fit with vSphere provision. o Provides burst capacity at times of high demand. File/object /

Principles of Computer Security, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2016 by McGraw-Hill Education. All rights reserved. Infrastructure Security Chapter 10.

by McGraw-Hill Education. All rights reserved. Cloud Computing Cloud computing is a common term used to describe computer services provided over a network. – This includes computing, storage, applications, and services that are offered via the Internet Protocol. – One of the characteristics of cloud computing is transparency to the end user. – Security is a particular challenge when data and computation are handled by a remote party, as in cloud computing. – Clouds can be created/

IEEE Cloud Computing Standards Committee June 2013 Report Steve Diamond IEEE CS SAB 12 June 2013.

Cloud Computing Testbed 6/13/20162IEEE Cloud Computing Standards SAB Presentation11Jun12 Steve Diamond V2 IEEE Cloud Computing Initiative TAB EAB MGA http://cloudcomputing.ieee.org Conferences Track IEEE Cloud Computing for Emerging Markets – India Asian Pacific Cloud Congress – Kyoto Latin America Cloud Congress – Brazil European Cloud Congress - France North America Cloud Symposium – US World Forum Publications Track Transactions Magazine Letters Education/teams to begin working in parallel (led by /

VYTAUTAS SIMANAITIS Cloud computing © Kaunas 2013, KTU.

Service - IaaS 8 Cloud computing categories(2) 9 Paveikslėlio šaltinis : https://www.e-education.psu.edu/cloudGIS/cloud_introduction Conclusions Rapidly evolving area of information technology. The system is designed to meet the needs of users. Provision of reliable and flexible service. 10 Thank you for attention 1.Cloud computing and cluster difference? 2.Cloud computing and GRID difference? 3.Types of cloud computing? 4.Cloud computing characteristics? 5.Cloud computing services? 11

Cloud Agility with Performance Bridging the Performance Gap for Virtual Network Infrastructure Paul Andersen Sr. Marketing Director.

will be educational and not a sales pitch. Attendees have a right to report speakers not adhering to the policy. THE GLOBAL EVENT FOR THE CLOUD AND SERVICE PROVIDER ECOSYSTEM 200520102015 VIRTUALIZATION Hypervisors and virtual machine managers Multiple guest operating systems per server More efficient and flexible resource utilization Evolution of the Cloud CLOUD Portability and utility consumption Automated self-service provisioning HYPERCONVERGED Compute, storage/

The State of the Cloud. Edwin Fu Manager, Application Delivery

data center in the cloud is cloud infrastructure software available today. NephOS enables virtual private data center clouds EnomalismElastic Compute Platform 2.0 enables flexible use of compute, storage and network across regional data centers via an API. Grid-based ElastraElastra cloud infrastructure allows Windows and Linux guests on multiple VMs Others Worth Watching IBMBlue Cloud is a series of initiatives to help enterprises, governments and educational customers build/

Talent Gap Study for the Communications Sector in Malaysia Final Report Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) Institute of Labour Market.

of Things (IoT), Internet of Everything (IoE), data analytics, cloud computing and security services. In the next 3-5 years, these emerging technologies will play a pivotal role in changing the business landscape of the sector as more organisations will develop/capability of each party, more results can be achieved, and in a shorter amount of time. There are minimal efforts to leverage on industry training modules to apply them in educational institutions to make the students “Industry Ready”. GEMS, driven /

Welcome to Cloud Computing. The Internet of People and Things. An Introduction to Cloud Computing: The Internet. Presenter: Roy McCollum The cloud image.

a new career path, a missing branch of your family tree, how to program, free education, an answer to a health issue, a new hobby, etc. As with the clouds in our southwestern sky, cloud computing can take on many forms and colors. So what is it that makes up the Cloud (Internet) these days? What’s going on within it and how does it affect/

Cloud Computing and the RAD Lab

Fox and a cast of 1000s) Image: John Curley http://www.flickr.com/photos/jay_que/1834540/ Outline What is Cloud Computing? Software as a Service / Cloud Computing in Education at UC Berkeley UC Berkeley RAD Lab Research Program in Cloud Computing Q&A Clod computingCloud computing is nothing (new)” “...we’ve redefined Cloud Computing to include everything that we already do... I don’t understand what we would do differently ... other than change/

IT Infrastructure and Emerging Technologies

Computing platforms providing computing services Telecommunications services Data management services Application software services Physical facilities management services IT management, standards, education/Emerging mobile digital platform Grid computing Virtualization Cloud computing Green computing High performance/power-saving processors Autonomic computing 1. The emerging mobile /working software application Software developers reuse these services in other combinations to assemble other applications as /

Www.cloudsecurityalliance.org Copyright © 2011 Cloud Security Alliance Achieving Security Assurance and Compliance in the Cloud Jim Reavis, Executive Director.

to enable student to pass CCSK CCSK Plus Two day course includes practical cloud lab work GRC Stack Training One day course to use GRC Stack components PCI/DSS In the Cloud Achieving PCI compliance in cloud computing http://cloudsecurityalliance.org/education/training/ www.cloudsecurityalliance.org Copyright © 2011 Cloud Security Alliance www.cloudsecurityalliance.org Copyright © 2011 Cloud Security Alliance CSA Summit Korea, Sept. 29, Seoul CSA Summit Europe, Oct/

Suggested Course Outline Cloud Computing Bahga & Madisetti, © 2014Book website: www.cloudcomputingbook.info.

and frameworks for that allow rapid prototyping of practical cloud applications on Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud and Windows Azure platforms. Part III: Weeks 11-16 Covers specialized aspects of cloud computing including cloud application benchmarking, multimedia cloud applications, cloud security and big data analytics. Case studies on the applications of the cloud in industry, healthcare, transportation systems, smart grids, and education will be examined. Bahga & Madisetti, © 2014 Book website/

Cloud Security Alliance Research & Roadmap June 2012

GRC Stack Training One day course to enable student to pass CCSK CCSK Plus Two day course includes practical cloud lab work GRC Stack Training One day course to use GRC Stack components PCI/DSS In the Cloud Achieving PCI compliance in cloud computing http://cloudsecurityalliance.org/education/training/ CONFERENCES & EVENTS http://cloudsecurityalliance.org/events/ 34 CSA Events Re-visit the SecureCloud 2012 Presentations from select speakers/

Data Communication and the Cloud

“pooled” because many different organizations use same physical hardware and share it using virtualization. Cloud resources accessed via Internet protocols that enable cloud-hosting vendors to provide processing capabilities in flexible, yet standardized ways. Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Apple Data Center in Maiden, NC Building contains computers in a Web farm to support Apple’s iCloud offering. Billion-dollar facility contains more/

Advancing Government through Collaboration, Education and Action SIG State of the Union Briefing October 28, 2013.

Considerations and Recommendations: Usage Scenario: Software as a Service (SaaS) Electronic Mail Identity Management & Access Control in Cloud Computing: Recommendations and Best Practices for using Cloud Services while Maintaining Compliance and Access Controls Briefings, Panels, Collaboration – GSA, NIST, DHS, etc. Advancing Government through Collaboration, Education and Action How to Get Involved To get involved please contact: Chair: Stacy Cleveland, HP Enterprise Services Tel: 410-680/

Cloud Computing Jonathan Weitz Bus: 550 June 3, 2013.

of Agriculture, Dep of Education, NSF  75 % of the IT server workload will migrate to private and 25 % will be transitioned to public cloud steadily over 3 years  Private Cloud: Late adopters  Department or agency build own private solution or joins in an interagency cloud  Broad mission sensitivity  Transition will occur over 3 years, workload is constant Case Study: Economics of Cloud Computing US Gov.  Economic analysis/

Cloud Computing for E-Learning Group Name: Bright Line Author: Abid, Muhammad Co-member: Majed, Ahlem, Qasim.

, Muhammad Co-member: Majed, Ahlem, Qasim 1.Introduction 2.Usage of cloud computing 3.Comparison using with and with out cloud computing 4.Advantages & Disadvantages 5.Cloud computing for E-learning in education 6.Interface in cloud E-learning 7.Future of cloud computing 8.Recommendations 9.Conclusion Could ComputingCloud computing is an approach, where a large pool of systems are connected in private or public networks, which provides you a service such as storage/

Cloud Computing Research

we assess End to End issues? How do we build resilient virtual machines? How do we verify assuredness in clouds? What are the likely attacks? Are there any legal and privacy concerns? How do we educate an appropriate workforce? How do we assess trust in clouds? Trust Calculus for assured Cloud Computing (David Nicol, Jingwei Huang) Current Research Challenges Can we trust a virtual machine infrastructure? Can/

Introduction to Cloud Computing and the “Credit Union” Model

Cloud Computing The “credit union” model of Cloud Computing is a specialized model of the general Cloud Computing. It relies on the unused excessive computing resources owned by the individuals and/or organizations in a community. In the setting of the CU model, computing/ ecosystem development. Ideal platform for education: Deployed for an educational institution can serve as a readily available and ideal platform for further the development of community education clouds. Ideal platform for governments: due/

1 Cloud Barrier Findings Highlights of 2013 FCC TAC Workgroup.

Use Cases and Areas of Concern (Dec-2013) Recommendations for Future (e.g. 2014 TAC) Further Study Items 4  All actors need to make informed decisions about the cloud in order to advance cloud computing ◦ Actors include providers, consumers, regulators, etc. ◦ In order to make an informed decision, education and awareness materials are required ◦ Smaller Government Agencies, Enterprise Companies and Individuals will benefit most from concise/

A Practical & Pragmatic Look at Making Cloud Successful in Developing World Nairobi, Kenya, 28 September 2011 5/17/2015 TRA proprietary Info Technology.

Benefits Infrastructure Governance Infrastructure Training acceleration using cloud Focus on e-Education’s benefits Promote economic growth by involving SMEs Efficient tool to achieve MDGs (Remote health, microfinance, reduce poverty, etc.) Economic growth and social benefits, job creation and increase in GDP Freedom of speech and expression Info Technology 5 TRA proprietary / TRA – IYH – Cloud Computing 5/17/2015 Cloud Computing Wheels of Developments Information Technology Infrastructure/

Peter in the cloud of education Cloud computing in education at FINKI Katerina Zdravkova University Sts Cyril and Methodius Faculty of Computer Science.

and Engineering katerina.zdravkova@finki.ukim.mk 13 th Workshop “Software Engineering and Reverse Engineering” Bansko, 26 - 31 August 2013 Contents Introduction Milestones of cloud computing Cloud computing in education and in research Peter’s fascination FINKI’s clouds Systems integration Conclusion 13 th Workshop “Software Engineering and Reverse Engineering” Bansko, 26 - 31 August 2013 Who is Peter? Young and ambitious student attracted by ICTs Successful competitor at/

Www.cloudsecurityalliance.org Copyright © 2012 Cloud Security Alliance Conference Announcements.

promote the use of best practices for providing security assurance within Cloud Computing, and provide education on the uses of Cloud Computing to help secure all other forms of computing www.cloudsecurityalliance.org Copyright © 2012 Cloud Security Alliance www.cloudsecurityalliance.org Copyright © 2012 Cloud Security Alliance CSA Mobile CSA Innovation Initiative Asia Pacific Expansion Top Threats Cloud Controls Matrix Service Level Agreements SecureCloud 2012 CSA Congress 2012 www.cloudsecurityalliance/

Pti.iu.edu /jetstream Award #1445604 A national science & engineering cloud funded by the National Science Foundation Award #ACI-1445604.

pti.iu.edu /jetstream Award #1445604 What does the name mean? And is it really a cloud? Name –In the atmosphere, the Jetstream lies at the border of two different air masses. –The Jetstream system /facility IU School of Informatics & Computing faculty participants: –Dr. Beth Plale – Hathi Trust Research Center applications; Big Data –Dr. Katy Börner – Network science applications –Dr. Volker Brendel – Bioinformatics, computational science education IUPUI Computer & Information Science faculty participants: –/

Https://portal.futuregrid.org FutureGrid Training, Education and Outreach Bloomington Indiana January 17 2010 Presented by Renato Figueiredo

images (Condor, Hadoop), tutorials GroupVPN portal, image downloads, bootstrap routers https://portal.futuregrid.org Use of FutureGrid in classes First-year ramp-up of hardware and software – Training and education emphasis has been use in classes, tutorials with early adopters Highlights: – Cloud computing class at Indiana University – Distributed Scientific Computing class at Louisiana State University (LSU) – Big data summer school at IU – Nimbus tutorial at CloudCom/

Cloud Computing Jared, Lee, Jonathan, Mike. What is this “Cloud Computing”?  Cloud computing is Internet-based computing, whereby shared resources, software,

customers. Ownership  Businesses that store their data through cloud computing release ownership of their information to a third party.  This raises problems in security, costs, and reliability as well. Performance Concerns /ETRI, RAS)  research members (who will use the testbed)  NSF  Educational purposes  Software available to all students Cloud Computing Future, Benefits  Cloud backup  Elastic and scalable  Cloud gaming  Majority of game is on server, while game is streamed while accessing /

Cloud Computing: The Way Forward? Dr. Nabil Sultan.

next five years. 35% of them cited cost savings as the key driver Another survey by Gooroo (a small UK cloud provider) reveals similar results. Educational Institutes & the Cloud An increasing number of educational establishments have opted to use cloud computing. In the UK, academic institutes using cloud computing include: Leeds Metropolitan University, the University of Glamorgan, the University of Aberdeen, the University of Westminster, the London University’s/

IT Infrastructure: Hardware and Software

5 IT Infrastructure: Hardware and Software IT Infrastructure: Computer Hardware Contemporary Hardware Trends Cloud computing: A model of computing in which firms and individuals obtain computing resources over the Internet Cloud infrastructure as a service Cloud platform as a service Cloud software as a service Public vs. private clouds Utility computing, on-demand computing Data storage security is in hands of provider Both grid computing and cloud computing allow organizations to optimize their use of/

Cloud Computing for ADMI ADMI Board Meeting and faculty workshop Elizabeth City State University December 16 2010 Geoffrey Fox

://futuregrid.org25 FutureGrid key Concepts I FutureGrid is an international testbed modeled on Grid5000 Supporting international Computer Science and Computational Science research in cloud, grid and parallel computing – Industry and Academia – Prototype software development and Education/Training – Mainly computer science, bioinformatics, education The FutureGrid testbed provides to its users: – A flexible development and testing platform for middleware and application users looking at interoperability/

Cloud Computing for Networked Libraries and Information Centers DACUN Library Committee.

purpose of this study was to examine the factors that lead to technology adoption in a higher education setting. Specifically, they examined a range of predictors and outcomes relating to the acceptance of a cloud computing platform in rural and urban community colleges Cloud Computing in a small college Small College Reaps Big Benefits From Cloud Computing Marian College is a small Indianapolis, Ind., college, with a student body of/

Clouds, Grids, Clusters and FutureGrid IUPUI Computer Science February 11 2011 Geoffrey Fox

Current FutureGrid projects I ProjectInstitutionDetails Educational Projects VSCSE Big DataIU PTI, Michigan, NCSA and 10 sites Over 200 students in week Long Virtual School of Computational Science and Engineering on Data Intensive Applications & Technologies LSU Distributed Scientific Computing Class LSU 13 students use Eucalyptus and SAGA enhanced version of MapReduce Topics on Systems: Cloud Computing CS Class IU SOIC 27 students in class using virtual machines, Twister/

Building trust in the Cloud: the CSA perspective Daniele Catteddu, Managing Director EMEA & OCF-STAR Program Director Cloud Security Alliance © Cloud Security.

Cloud Security Alliance, 2014. ABOUT THE CLOUD SECURITY ALLIANCE “To promote the use of best practices for providing security assurance within Cloud Computing, and provide education on the uses of Cloud Computing to help secure all other forms of computing.” © Cloud//2012 on Cloud Computing, written in the light of ISO/IEC 27018, the “Cloud Service Level Agreement Standardisation Guidelines”, the work developed by the Cloud Select Industry Group on Code of Conduct, & the Cloud Accountability Project /

NIST Cloud Computing Program Current Activities

of Information on Cloud Computing Standards Contribute Agency Requirements Participate in Standards Development Encourage Compliance Testing to Accelerate Technically Sound Standards-Based Deployments Specify Cloud Computing Standards USG-Wide Use of Cloud Computing Standards Dissemination of Information on Cloud Computing Standards New Topics for Consideration Accessibility Conformity Assessment Performance Reliability Forensics Law Enforcement Education NIST Cloud Computing Special Publications CC/

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-a-Service (PAAS), and Software-as-a-Service (SAAS). Visualizing Technology Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall <#> Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Cloud Computing Refers to the Internet Cloud computing takes the processing and storage off your desktop and puts it in the cloud- on the Internet Cloud computing takes the processing and storage off your desktop and business hardware and puts it/

Achieving Security Assurance and Compliance in the Cloud Jim Reavis Executive Director.

Cloud Computing, and provide education on the uses of Cloud Computing to help secure all other forms of computing.” www.cloudsecurityalliance.org Copyright © 2011 Cloud Security Alliance How do we build the “Trusted Cloud”? www.cloudsecurityalliance.org Copyright © 2011 Cloud Security Alliance Here’s How… Strategy Education/ Virtualization Cloud Architecture Operating in the Cloud Governing the Cloud Popular best practices for securing cloud computing Popular best practices for securing cloud computing V2./

PowerPoint Presentation to Accompany Application Software Chapter 2 Visualizing TechnologyCopyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice.

5: Overview Your Head in the Cloud 1. Define cloud computing and discuss its importance 2. Differentiate among Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), and Software-as-a- Service (SaaS) Key Terms  Cloud computing  Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)  Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS)  Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Visualizing TechnologyCopyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Cloud Computing Infrastructure-as-a-Service/

Https://portal.futuregrid.org Big Data in Research and Education Symposium on Big Data Science and Engineering Metropolitan State University, Minneapolis/St.

with implications for discovery and challenges for analysis. We describe typical data analysis computer architectures from High Performance Computing to the Cloud. On education we look at interdisciplinary programs from computational science to flavors of informatics. The possibility of "data science" as an academic discipline is looked at in detail as is the Program in Informatics at Indiana University. 2 https://portal.futuregrid.org Topics Covered Broad/

1© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Alok Shrivastava Senior Director, Education Services, 2012 ISECON/CONISAR 11/02/2012 EMC Corporation.

Students’ Opportunities 41© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Learn More at ISCON 2012 DayTimeSessionLocation Friday 11/2/12 10:00am - 10:25am EMC Academic Alliance – Educating Future IT Professionals Bienville Room Friday 11/2/12 10:45am - 11:10am Virtualization and Cloud Computing in the IS/IT/CS Curriculum Panel Bienville Room Saturday 11/3/12 11:30am - 11:55am Prepping for/

R and the Cloud Cloud Era Ltd 27 June 2013 Karim Chine Deuxièmes rencontres R.

Computational Resources Clusters, grids, private or public clouds Free or pay-per-use Computational GUIs HTML5 and Desktop Workbench Built-in views /Plugins /Collaborative views Open source or commercial Computational Scripts R / Python / Matlab / Groovy Computational APIs Java / SOAP / REST, Stateless and stateful Computational Storage Local, NFS, FTP, Amazon S3, EBS Generated Computational/Companies/Educational & Research Institutions  Dedicated Platform and AMIs on an Amazon VPC (Virtual Private Cloud). /

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rights reserved. No reproduction or distribution without the prior written consent of McGraw-Hill Education. Chapter 7 Computing Essentials 2015 7-2 Learning Objectives 1. Distinguish between primary and secondary storage. 2/ memory cards Widely used in laptops, smartphones, GPS navigation systems USB Drives (or Flash Drives) Connect to USB port Capacity of 1 GB to 256 GB Computing Essentials 2015 7-14 Cloud Computing Cloud computing is where the Internet acts as a “cloud” of servers Applications provided/

Https://portal.futuregrid.org Data Science and Clouds August 23 2013 MURPA/QURPA Melbourne/Queensland/Brisbane Virtual Presentation Geoffrey Fox

: 4 th Paradigm; From Theory to Data driven science? Confusion in data science: lack of consensus academically in several aspects of data intensive computing from storage to algorithms, to processing and education Progress in Data Intensive Programming Models ( Progress in Academic (open source) clouds ) ( Progress in scalable robust Algorithms: new data need better algorithms? ) Progress in Data Science Education: opportunities at universities 3 https://portal.futuregrid.org Gartner Emerging Technology/

Network and computing infrastructures for scientific applications in Georgia Ramaz Kvatadze Georgian Research and Educational Networking Association –

 Partners:  Tbilisi State University  GRENA Funding body:  Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation Main objectives:  Cloud infrastructure deployment  Usage of Cloud infrastructure in education  Usage of Cloud infrastructure in research projects Submitted on June 2014 16 South-Caucasus Grid & Cloud Computing Workshop, October 21-23, 2014 Tbilisi, Georgia Education program  Cisco Networking Academy  Cisco Academies’ Support Center (ASC) and Instructors’ Training Center (ITC) - supporting/

Sinaia, Romania August, 2014 14 TH Workshop “Software Engineering Education and Reverse Engineering” Dhuratë Hyseni, Betim Çiço South East European University.

objectives for security in the cloud C-A-I Data security in cloud The proposed model for data security in cloud Conclusion 2 14 TH Workshop “Software Engineering Education and Reverse Engineering” Sinaia, Romania, August 2014 Cloud computing Security in the cloud Increased security Cloud service provider 3 14 TH Workshop “Software Engineering Education and Reverse Engineering” Sinaia, Romania, August 2014 4 The issue of security in cloud has discouraged businesses to run in cloud computing 14 TH/

Https://portal.futuregrid.org Big Data and Clouds: Challenges and Opportunities NIST January 15 2013 Geoffrey Fox

will up to 190,000 nerds and 1.5 million extra managers needed in Data Science by 2018 in USA Many more jobs than simulation (third paradigm) where computational science not very successful as curriculum Need curricula to educate people to use/design Clouds running Data Analytics processing Big Data to solve problems in X-Informatics (X= Bio…LifeStyle…Policy…Wealth) Cover Data curation/management, Analytics/

Cloud PROGRAM OVERVIEW ACE Partner Program. Cloud Cloud Solutions Bringing Clarity to the Cloud.

level gives distinction and credibility in the cloud marketplace, validates the firms knowledge of cloud computing and provides a focused commitment to cloud technology for their end users. Individual Level ACE Certification at the individual level gives distinction and credibility in the cloud marketplace, validates their own individual understanding of cloud computing and highlights a commitment to their customers utilizing cloud technology. 2. EDUCATE Cloud Arrow Cloud Services has developed a start/

TeleSpace Confidential © 2013 TeleSpace. All rights reserved. Cloud Services SIMPLIFYING E-RATE PRIORITY ONE.

Aberdeen’s Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery: Don’t Go It Alone, June 2013 2 CIMI’s Cloud Computing Cost Savings: Fact or Fiction? Safety & Security  Emergency responder application  Single button/click for/ for choice in how to connect  Managed private cloud offers  World-class Quad Core Network™ and Operations  Secure, scalable, carrier-neutral, geo-redundant design  99.99% guaranteed uptime for service and infrastructure  Sample customers  Synergis Education (UCaaS, educational services) /

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’ll see the VIP agreement number in the top left corner, the anniversary date under the “Manage you Team” space. And you’ll also be able to add a seat of Creative Cloud for education as you need. Please note that/the Admin Console SALES: Student-owned computer option for named-user licenses is available in North America only. © 2014 Adobe Systems Incorporated. All Rights Reserved. Adobe Confidential. © 2014 Adobe Systems Incorporated. All Rights Reserved. 5 Creative Cloud tools available Also included: *Also/

Cloud Computing Ashley Richardson. What is Cloud Computing? Having secure access to applications and data from any network device Computational resources.

using it as a trademark Data Usage- has to be downloaded each time for use onto that computer Criticism of the term- too unspecific and misleading CEO of Oracle Corporation Larry Ellison “cloud computing is everything that we already do” Marketing scheme, marketing hype campaign Uses in Education Allows students to access information from anywhere, not just school Reduces costs for schools and students when/

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